Supportive Care

Supportive care refers to managing the symptoms of Gaucher disease. Supportive care may be an important part of the overall treatment plan for patients with Gaucher disease. It may be beneficial in helping to ease patients’ symptoms and improve their quality of life.

Did You Know?

Gaucher disease was first described in 1882 by French physician, Philippe Charles Ernest Gaucher, after he evaluated a deceased 32-year-old woman with an enlarged spleen, one of the disorder's distinguishing signs.

Gaucher Registry

For more than a decade, the Gaucher Registry has been a global resource to the medical and patient communities, helping to improve outcomes in patients with Gaucher disease. Learn more about participating in the Gaucher Registry »