Gaucher's Disease drugs
Gaucher's Disease

  • IMIGLUCERASE (i mi GLOO ser ace) is a man-made form of an enzyme that is missing in patients with Gaucher's disease. It is used to treat the symptoms of Gaucher's disease. It is not a cure.
    Source:GOLD
  • MIGLUSTAT (MIG loo stat) helps to keep normal blood levels of an enzyme needed to breakdown fat in the body. It is used to treat type 1 Gaucher disease.
    Source:GOLD
  • ALGLUCERASE (al GLOO ser ace) is a drug that is used to replace an enzyme that is missing in patients with Gaucher's disease. It is used to treat the symptoms of Gaucher's disease. It is not a cure.
    Source:GOLD
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