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Charcot-Marie Tooth Neuropathy

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Charcot Marie tooth neuropathy research findings

Charcot marie tooth neuropathy.

CMT neuropathy is a hereditary disease of the nerves caused by a genetic defect. There are several different variations of CMT neuropathy. Curcumin and other nutrients for Charcot Marie  Rehabilitation for CMT,  

More information about neuropathy from the Mayo Clinic.

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Dysregulation of ErbB Receptor Trafficking and Signaling in Demyelinating Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease.
Related Articles Dysregulation of ErbB Receptor Trafficking and Signaling in Demyelinating Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease. Mol Neurobiol. 2017 Jan;54(1):87-100 Authors: Lee SM, Chin LS, Li L Abstract Charcot-Marie-Tooth (CMT) disease is the most common in...

Charcot Marie neuropathy also known as CMT neuropathy is actually a group of inherited neuropathies. The various forms of CMT result from genetic defects and block physiological pathways and cause degeneration in the nervous system.
Look at the image above, the red star illustrates the genetic defect and the blocked pathways. Because Charcot neuropathy is a genetic disorder there is currently no cure, but the symptoms may be managed.  Recent findings in the field >>>>

<< of epigenetics may offer hope to at least some people suffering from CMT neuropathy. If you look again at the mage to the left above, you can see that while it is currently not possible to change the DNA and restore normal function in physiological pathways, it may be possible  to by-pass the gene defect and support the function of the affected pathways.  While this is not a cure, it has the potential  to slow down the progression of nerve degeneration and might lessen some of the symptoms of CMT neuropathy. Potential avenues that may be available to by-pass the blocked pathways in a number of different types of Charcot’s neuropathy are emerging.  This is encouraging news for people suffering from CMT and other forms of hereditary neuropathy.