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The MPS I Registry program, sponsored and administered by Genzyme Corporation, is a worldwide database that tracks health-related information for people with MPS I, allowing doctors and health care professionals to better understand and treat the disorder.

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“With patients and their families, I continue learning over and over what are the important things in life and which are the ones that are worthy to fight for: life, dignity and hope.”
– Dr. Muñoz, MD

Health Care Professionals

  • Genetics and MPS I

    MPS I is seen in all populations at a frequency of approximately 1:100,000.[1] There are severe and attenuated forms, (historically known as Hurler, Hurler-Scheie, and Scheie) that occur in roughly equal proportions.

    Learn more about MPS I Disease
  • Identifying MPS I

    When a child or young adult presents with joint pain and stiffness but does not demonstrate morning stiffness or local inflammation around the affected joints, MPS I should be considered part of a differential diagnostic process along with Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis .

    Diagnose MPS I Disease
  • Patient stories

    Alicia is a 16-year-old with MPS I who was diagnosed 10 years ago. Watch Alicia’s story to find out how she is handling life as a teenager living with MPS I.

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