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A defect in collagen (proteins that add flexibility and strength to connective tissue) causes Ehlers-Danlos syndrome. People with the disorder have a faulty gene that leads to weak collagen or not enough normal collagen in their tissues. These defects can harm the connective tissue’s ability to support muscles, organs, and other tissues.

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