Health Conditions

Wilson's Disease

What is Wilson's Disease?

Wilson's disease is a disease in which there is too much copper in the body. This can lead to liver and nervous system damage. Symptoms include Kayser-Fleischer rings around the eye, confusion, behavioral changes, speech impairment, hand trembling, weakness, and jaundice.

Treatment for Wilson's disease includes chelation. Chelation is the of binding copper to a medication and removing it from the body. Common drug classes used to treat Wilson's disease are metal chelators and antirheumatics.
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Wilson's Disease:
Drug Classes

Antirheumatics

(6 drugs)As low as $43

Metal Chelators

(7 drugs)As low as $38
Note: Popularity is based on total prescriptions for the brand and generic versions of each drug, regardless of the condition being treated. Some drugs are prescribed for multiple conditions.
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