At this moment, there is no cure for Fabry disease. Treatments may be given to help manage the symptoms and healthcare problems that can occur in Fabry disease. This may include treatment with medications to help organs function better. These medications may not be specific to Fabry disease itself, but may be useful in managing how Fabry disease affects the organs.

Disease-specific treatments that aim to manage the underlying problem of reduced alpha-GAL activity include; enzyme replacement therapy (ERT) or Pharmacologic Chaperone Therapy (PCT). For more information about what treatment is appropriate for you and any more information about different types of treatment, you should discuss with your healthcare provider.