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Neurofibromatosis (NF) is a genetic disorder caused by mutations in the or genes which lead to tumor growth on nerves throughout the body.

New advancements are being made in the treatment of cancer with chemotherapy, but unfortunately, most patients will still experience uncomfortable or painful side effects from treatment. One benefit of Chemotherapy Resistance/Sensitivity Testing like ChemoFx, is that it can help find effective chemotherapy treatments for the individual patient, preventing the toxicity a patient experiences due to ineffective drugs, incompatible with their unique biology.

New advancements are being made in the treatment of cancer with chemotherapy, but unfortunately, most patients will still experience uncomfortable or painful side effects from treatment. One benefit of Chemotherapy Resistance/Sensitivity Testing like ChemoFx, is that it can help find effective chemotherapy treatments for the individual patient, preventing the toxicity a patient experiences due to ineffective drugs, incompatible with their unique biology.

Schwann cells, the cells responsible for neurofibromatosis type 1, a disfiguring, incurable condition and one of the most common hereditary disorders.    Source: Life Sciences Institute, University of Michigan

Schwann cells, the cells responsible for neurofibromatosis type 1, a disfiguring, incurable condition and one of the most common hereditary disorders. Source: Life Sciences Institute, University of Michigan

AD; chr17 Symptoms of NF1. Assocated with thymic carcinoid 25%. Neurofibroma (plexiform); malignant peripheral nerve sheath tumors 4:1 male 3-10% patients

AD; chr17 Symptoms of NF1. Assocated with thymic carcinoid 25%. Neurofibroma (plexiform); malignant peripheral nerve sheath tumors 4:1 male 3-10% patients

Name: Josef Tamory  Description: Ophthalmic Photography #Slitlamp | Lisch nodules: small, round, lightly pigmented benign hamartomas that develop within 2nd-3rd decades of life and in 95% of #Neurofibromatosis cases - usually bilateral and inferior half of iris

Name: Josef Tamory Description: Ophthalmic Photography #Slitlamp | Lisch nodules: small, round, lightly pigmented benign hamartomas that develop within 2nd-3rd decades of life and in 95% of #Neurofibromatosis cases - usually bilateral and inferior half of iris

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