Glycogen Storage Disease (GSD) is a rare genetic disorder that affects the way the body stores and uses glycogen. People with GSD have difficulty breaking down glycogen in their liver and muscles, which can cause a variety of symptoms including low blood sugar, muscle weakness, and an enlarged liver. Treatment for GSD typically involves managing symptoms through diet, medication, and other therapies.
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