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Topic: Fabry Disease and COVID-19

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Dr. Rob Hopkin, Geneticist and Fabry expert, discusses the impact of COVID-19 for individuals living with Fabry disease. He shares his views on monitoring recommendations, telehealth, mental health, and more.

Topic: Monitoring Fabry Disease

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Dr. Rob Hopkin, Geneticist and Fabry expert, along with individuals living with Fabry disease, encourage others living with the disease to follow proper monitoring guidelines to ensure their best health and management of their disease. It highlights both the physician and patient perspectives and the need to take control of one’s own health.

Topic: Fabry Disease Genetics

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Dawn A. Laney, MS, CGC, CCRC, a genetic counselor and assistant professor at Emory University, explains how a certain genetic change (variant) in Fabry disease occurs, what it means for you and your family, and how to get tested.

Topic: Pain in Fabry Disease

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Dr. Darius Adams, MD, a clinical geneticist at Goryeb Children's Hospital, addresses the different types of Fabry related pain. Additionally, he categorizes the type of pain, lists pain triggers, and discusses how to talk with your healthcare provider.

Topic: Fatigue in Fabry Disease

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Dr. Darius Adams, MD, a clinical geneticist at Goryeb Children's Hospital, discusses fatigue in Fabry disease including recommendations on how to discuss it with your healthcare providers and necessary lifestyle changes to decrease fatigue.