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Treacher-Collins syndrome is a condition that is passed down through families (hereditary) that leads to problems with the structure of the face.
Treacher-Collins syndrome is caused by a defective protein called treacle. The condition is passed down through families (inherited).
This condition may vary in severity from generation to generation and from person to person.
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