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Clinical Research/Studies

Is there clinical research happening on Short chain acyl-CoA dehydrogenase deficiency (SCADD)?

There are researchers doing clinical research on Fatty Acid Oxydation Disorders. SCADD is one type of Fatty Acid Oxydation Disorder. This research includes studies to better understand how the body metabolizes (breaks down or burns) fatty acids, other kinds of fats, and other sources of energy. Some studies look at which forms of calorie supplements help people with SCADD the most.

Current clinical research for SCADD can be found by talking to your metabolic specialist or looking for studies at:

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