VEXAS: A Newly Identified Adult-onset Hemato-inflammatory Syndrome
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Today’s podcast is a special edition that focuses exclusively on VEXAS syndrome, a newly identified adult-onset inflammatory syndrome with associated hematologic manifestations. VEXAS syndrome is a poor-prognosis disease caused by somatic mutations in the X-linked gene, UBA1. It was first reported by Beck and colleagues in the New England Journal of Medicine in December 2020.
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