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D håndkøb ed behandling ., Ph.D., Pascale Saugier-Veber, Pharm.D., Ph.D.D., Gabrielle Rudolf, Ph.D.D.D., Ph.D., Pierre Kuhn, M.D.S., Catherine Gilch, B.S., Evelyne Schmitt, B.S.S., Albert Schnebelen, M.D.D., Ph.D., and Elisabeth Flori, M.D.: Short Report: Genetic Payment in a Individual Genomic Disorder Duplications and Deletions at 22q11.2 represent canonical types of human being genomic disorders, as defined by Lupski in 1998.1 Most individuals presenting with the 22q11.2 deletion syndrome , also designated the DiGeorge syndrome and the velocardiofacial syndrome , carry a hemizygous recurrent deletion of a sequence 3 Mb in length at 22q11.2.

The medicines were taken into consideration available if in-stock at pharmacies. They were deemed inexpensive if their combined price was significantly less than 20 % of home capacity to pay. In high-income countries, all four classes of medicines were obtainable in almost all urban and rural communities, the researchers found. But availability declined along with nationwide wealth. The drugs were obtainable in only 62 % of urban and 37 % of rural communities in lower middle-income countries. And in low-income countries they were available in just 25 % of urban and 3 % of rural communities. In India, however, more than 80 % of communities, urban and rural, had access to the drugs.