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Here we will let you know about the latest BHD research, events, and opportunities to get involved with our work.
In a special piece to mark Rare Disease Day 2024, we speak to Kirsten. Kirsten shares her experiences of being diagnosed with a rare disease and things she learned along the way.
In this blog, we take a look at a study that focuses on pregnancy and lung collapses.
In this blog, we talk to Jennifer about her goals for working in the rare disease research field, what she loves about her job and more.
Whilst scuba diving for many people can be a thrill-seeking experience, there are several risks to be considered if you have BHD, and it is important to be aware of and consider recommendations from clinical experts to keep yourself safe.
December blog on How lung cysts progress in BHD: A long term patient study monitoring lung cyst growth
Are there pathogenic variants of FLCN that do not cause kidney cancer, thus avoiding a requirement for lifelong surveillance? Read this blog to find out.
In this blog we talk about undergoing genetic risk assessment, how testing is performed and more.
Tuberous Sclerosis and Birt-Hogg-Dubé Syndrome share some similar features as well as manifestations that are unique to each condition. In this blog, we discuss more.
A study by has uncovered a surprising role for FLCN in the liver in the context of fatty liver disease progression. Read this blog to learn more.
To determine the prevalence of BHD, researchers from the University of Lausanne conducted a meta-analysis of previously published studies on the prevalence of spontaneous pneumothorax among BHD patients and the general population.
In this blog, we take a look at a review which focuses on the role of FLCN in mTORC1 signalling.
In this blog, we discuss a published paper by Woodford et al., which explores the reason why the loss of folliculin (FLCN), the gene mutated in Birt-Hogg-Dubé syndrome (BHD), drives tumour development.