Supportive care refers to managing the symptoms of Gaucher disease. In addition to the treatment options discussed in this section, supportive care may be an important part of the overall treatment plan for patients. It may be beneficial in helping to ease symptoms and improving quality of life. Be sure to talk with your physician about your signs and symptoms and options to address them.
Lysosomal Storage Disorders
Gaucher disease is one of more than 40 rare inherited genetic disorders classified as a lysosomal storage disorder (LSD). Individually each LSD is relatively rare, but grouped together they affect about 1 in every 7,700 babies born. Learn more about Lysosomal Storage Disorders »
For more than a decade, the Gaucher Registry has been a global resource to the medical and patient communities, helping to improve outcomes in patients with Gaucher disease. Learn more about participating in the Gaucher Registry »