Hypophosphatasia (HPP) is a hereditary condition that may be passed down from parent to child. Learn more about two ways HPP can be inherited.
Not knowing you have hypophosphatasia (HPP) can be the worst part of the condition for some people. Find out how one person found the strength to fight after she received her HPP diagnosis.
Now that you or a loved one have been diagnosed with hypophosphatasia (HPP), it’s time to assemble your healthcare team. We put together some information to help you prepare for what comes next.
“I couldn’t believe it. My first day at college finally happened.” Brittan knew it would be difficult to juggle everything, but she’s managing her pain and finding the energy to succeed. See how Brittan handles...
Diagnosing a rare bone disease like hypophosphatasia (HPP) can be difficult for most physicians. See how a mother’s persistence helped her child get the care she needed.
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