Canavan Disease

Canavan Disease is a progressive neurological disorder whose symptoms begin in infancy with loss of previously attained skills. The disease causes abnormal muscle tone (floppiness or stiffness), feeding difficulties, a large, poorly controlled head, and seizures. Those affected frequently die in childhood, but some survive into their teens or early 20s. Generally fatal in childhood. Cognitive impairment. Physical impairment.

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