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Testing for Gaucher disease is available nationwide, and some laboratories provide the service free of charge to your patients. Labs across the United States offer diagnostic tests for Gaucher disease type 1.Download list to see some options available to your patients
For more information, please contact Sanofi Genzyme Medical Information from 8 AM through 6 PM EST, Monday through Friday, at 1-800-745-4447, Option 2.
It is recommended that the physician’s office first establish which lab will be used, then draw the blood sample according to laboratory requirements noted below. The sample collection time period and storing of samples may vary across labs. The general turnaround time for results may vary, but is usually 7-10 days. Please contact the lab directly for specific information regarding sample collection, storage, and results.
This list of testing programs and/or laboratories is provided for information use only. It should not be considered a recommendation or endorsement of any company, test, or service.
Physicians are directed to contact the individual testing programs and/or laboratories for information on obtaining test requisitions, sample requirements, turnaround time, and the specific details of the services provided.
For commercial lab testing, appropriate coding and obtaining reimbursement are the responsibility of the provider submitting a claim for the item of service.
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3. Charrow J, Andersson HC, Kaplan P, et al. The Gaucher registry. Demographics and disease characteristics of 1698 patients with Gaucher disease. Arch Intern Med. 2000;160(18):2835-2843.
4. Stirnemann J, Belmatoug N, Camou F, et al. A review of Gaucher disease pathophysiology, clinical presentation and treatments. Int J Mol Sci. 2017;18(2):ii, E441.