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Hunter syndrome

Hunter syndrome - MPS II

Your experience with
Hunter syndrome
is important and can help researchers advance treatments for your community.
By joining AllStripes, you can contribute your de-identified medical records to multiple research efforts for
Hunter syndrome
without leaving home. We do the work to collect your information, and you’ll receive all your records in your secure account, at no cost.
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Learn more about

Hunter syndrome

Hunter syndrome, also known as mucopolysaccharidosis (MPS) type II, is a severe lysosomal storage condition that occurs when cells can’t break down long chains of sugar molecules. This causes progressive damage to many organs. Hunter syndrome primarily affects males, with symptoms starting in early childhood.

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Benefits to joining

Have a voice in research

Your de-identified records, and your input through surveys, can help guide treatment research.

Access your medical records

We collect your records, at no cost, in your secure account. View doctors’ notes and your care journey.

Learn from your community

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How it works

1. Sign up

In just 15-20 minutes, create your private account, authorize us to get to work on your behalf, and share the names of your health facilities. No appointments, no uploads.

2. We get to work

The AllStripes team does the work to collect your records, at no cost, in your secure account. Access doctors’ notes you may have never seen and view your care journey.

3. Power research

Our team de-identifies your records by removing information like name and address, and analyzes your community’s data to help jumpstart or speed up new treatment research.

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AllStripes Research is approved and monitored by an independent ethics review board called WIRB (Western Institutional Review Board). WIRB is a group of people who review research studies to protect the rights and welfare of human subjects. They provide in-depth regulatory expertise to support development of research protocols and documentation. Read more.
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