Gaucher disease affects 1 in 40,000-60,000 people worldwide. This web site has been created for people living with Gaucher, their friends and families, and health care professionals.

Patients & Caregivers

Find information and learn about living with Gaucher Disease. Learn More

Health Care Professionals

Learn about the causes, diagnosis, and management of Gaucher Disease. Learn More

Gaucher disease (pronounced "go-shay") is an inherited genetic disorder caused by a deficiency in an enzyme called glucocerebrosidase.

For Patients and Families

Learn about Gaucher disease, its signs and symptoms, and how it's passed on through families. Get ideas on how to cope, and learn about treatment options and supportive care.

For Healthcare Professionals

Access information on Gaucher disease, view clinical signs by specialty that may indicate Gaucher disease, learn about symptom management, and review treatment options.

The Gaucher Registry

More than 394 physicians in 58 countries have contributed data to the Gaucher Registry, an observational database to research Gaucher disease.

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