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Dr. Landing gave the first definitive description of Gangliosidosis-1 (GM-1) in 1964 which had variously been called ‘Hurler variant,’ ‘pseudo-Hurler disease,’ and ‘Tay-Sachs with visceral involvement.’
Dr. Caffey likely gave the earliest description of GM-1 in 1951 discussing prenatal onset of Hunter-Hurler disease.
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