is a rare genetic disorder which is also known as DIDMOAD syndrome after its 4 most common features (Diabetes
Insipidus, Diabetes Mellitus, Optic Atrophy
). Everyone with Wolfram Syndrome will have optic atrophy at some stage, which means that the optic nerve wastes away and causes colour blindness
and gradual loss of vision. Wolfram Syndrome is very rare and affects around 1 in 770,000 of the total UK population.