scleroderma

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    Is Scleroderma life threatening?

    Scleroderma, or systemic sclerosis, is a persistent connective tissue ailment often named one of the immune system rheumatic infections. Scleroderma is not infectious, carcinogenic or dangerous. Any chronic ailment is a very serious problem. The manifestations of scleroderma differ significantly...
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    Is Scleroderma a genetic disease?

    Most instances of systemic scleroderma are occasional, which implies they happen in individuals with no history of the condition in their family. In any case, a few people with systemic scleroderma have close relatives with other immune system problems. A small part of incidences of systemic...
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    How do you get scleroderma?

    Scleroderma is a disorder that lasts for a long period of time, in medical terms it is a chronic disease. Your physician can treat your indications and help you feel better. The root cause of this disorder is immune system, which makes your body to produce large amount of protein collagen, an...
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