If you’ve been diagnosed with hereditary ATTR-CM, your loved ones may also be at risk
It is important for patients with hereditary ATTR-CM to inform their family members to allow them to make the decision as to whether they want to pursue genetic testing and counseling. This can be important for not only you as the patient but also close relatives, like siblings and adult children, who may be at risk of developing ATTR-CM. Not all individuals with the V122I mutation develop symptoms of hereditary ATTR-CM.
- will help confirm or rule out the hereditary form of ATTR-CM
- may help identify if family members are at risk, because the TTR mutation can be passed down
- is typically performed using blood or saliva samples
Genetic counseling may be available to help those diagnosed with hereditary ATTR-CM (and their families) to understand test results and potential next steps to take.
VYNDAMAX may help those diagnosed with hereditary ATTR-CM
Among the patients studied in the clinical trials, 24% had hereditary ATTR-CM, and 14% were Black.
Additionally, VYNDAMAX is offered as a single capsule you can take from the comfort of your home as prescribed by your doctor.
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