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Metabolic diseases, neonatal screening changed the lives of the Millennials
HAVE about thirty years old. Some are graduates in law, architecture, or letters, because they had a cognitive development normal. Are the generation of the years '90 of the patients suffering from phenylketonuria (Pku), a rare genetic disorder that prevents sufferers to metabolize phenylalanine, an essential amino acid present in all proteins. A generation to keep an eye on because they are the first that – thanks to newborn screening – were able to lead a life very similar to that of their peers.
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