• MSUD Is A Rare Disease

    MSUD Is A Rare Disease

    MSUD is a rare disease, geting its name from the distinctive sweet odor of urine and earwax in affected infants. If untreated, MSUD can lead to developmental delays, seizures, coma, and death.

  • Treatment

    Treatment

    Treatment of MSUD centers around a carefully controlled diet, the mainstay of which is a “medical food” or formula. Natural foods focus on fruits, and many vegetables. Food rich in protein, such as meats, dairy products, and fish are highly restricted.

  • The MSUD Family Support Group

    The MSUD Family Support Group

    The MSUD Family Support Group is a non-profit organization uniting MSUD families, clinicians, and researchers into a community seeking to improve the lives of individuals with MSUD.

  • What We Do

    What We Do

    We also promote and support research for improved treatments and potential cures and the enactment of public policies to improve access to care for individuals with MSUD.