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Is bone marrow transplant a successful cure for mucolipidoses disorders?

Some researchers have found that bone marrow and cord blood transplants have shown success in treating mucolipidoses. This treatment, however, is extremely risky and few people with ML qualify for the procedure. Scientists continue to research treatment options.

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