Addison's Disease Due To Autoimmunity: Disease Bioinformatics
Addison’s Disease occurs when a person’s adrenal glands produce insufficient amounts of hormones such as cortisol or aldosterone. Addison’s Disease, also called adrenal insufficiency can effect anyone at any age. The disease can be life threatening and is seen in about 1 in 100,000 people. Autoimmune disease accounts for about 70% of Addison’s Disease. The failure of the adrenal glands to produce sufficient amounts of hormones is commonly caused by the body attacking itself (autoimmune disease). There is no known reason for the body to attack its adrenal cortex.
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