Warren Woodhouse Syndrome has a unique genetic disorder which has caused Chromosome 23 & 24 to be labelled as "Undefined".

The condition was diagnosed at the Northern Genetics Research Facility at the International Centre For Life Science based in Newcastle - upon - Tyne, Tyne & Wear, North East, England, United Kingdom.


The condition renders Chromosome 23 & 24 to produce abnormalities such as high IQ (ranging between 80 and 140), small genitals, puberty delay, heart problems (Bicuspid Valve Heart Defect), ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder (Autism), poor hands-on coordinations and Dwarfism.

Facial hair on men is normal and speech is normal if the subject went on to do writing and speech work in a language department which specialises in helping those who have disabilities.

The condition is named after Warren Woodhouse, who suffers with the condition.

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