Teddy’s fur is scratched, scarred, and yellowing. He has deep-set eyes and a prominent chin. He has poor weight gain and growth. Teddy has Alagille syndrome.
Like with every patient with chronic cholestatic liver disease, Alagille syndrome has impaired Teddy’s quality of life and robbed him of his childhood.1 Teddy shouldn’t have to bear it any longer.
That’s why Mirum is speaking up. We’re dedicated to raising awareness and addressing the impact cholestatic liver disease can have on patients like Teddy. In support of this commitment, we are doing our part to conduct research and help patients reclaim their childhoods.
Symptoms of Alagille syndrome usually appear in the first 2 years of life.14
are affected by cholestatic pruritus—a severe, unrelenting itch. Driven by the increase in serum bile acids (sBA), this cholestatic pruritus has been identified as the most bothersome symptom of Alagille syndrome.1,2
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