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With the current pandemic, many families and individuals are wondering if a fatty acid oxidation disorder puts them more at risk for the coronavirus. At INFORM Network, we are here to clear up the confusion.
Fatty acid oxidation disorders (FAODs) can threaten the lives of infants, children and adults. These inherited metabolic conditions prevent the body from generating cellular energy from fats during times of stress, illness or fasting, and can result in mild symptoms, chronic medical problems or sudden death.