The rise of the rare diseases is not something new to the world as the world has been long battling the unknown and somewhat incurable diseases for quite a while now, but not all of the world is capable of doing so. The United Kingdom is a place that had not seen these rare and deadly diseases that no one would understand, but this has changed in the last couple of years as the nation saw a massive rise in these rare diseases.
People in the United Kingdom are becoming more and more prone to catching diseases, and the people are being claimed for it as the eating habits of people are the primary reason why this is happening. Pulmonary hypertension (PH), a rare lung condition that is a sporadic life-shortening disease. This condition has affected many people in the nation. Around 7,000 people in the UK are suffering from this, and this has caused an increased risk of them dying and having a meager mortality rate. This disease increases the blood pressure in the blood vessels connecting the lungs and the heart. This disease can determine to be lethal if not treated in time or detected in time. The United Kingdom has seen a rise in these issues, and this is becoming difficult for the NHS to tackle, which is responsible for dealing with the diseases.
Let’s see what the United Kingdom does to change the situation and find some help for the rare disease patients.
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