The majority of people with Hunter's Syndrome are found in the United Kingdom. As of March 2011, there were 1461 reported cases. The second place, with the highest reported incidence of Hunter's Syndrome, is the United States, with around 500 cases. In third is Canada, which has reported 30 cases, while Ireland has reported 6. Finally, New Zealand, Saudi Arabia, and Chile have reported one case, a piece.
There is no specific or particular place where people suffering from this disease live. They are found all over the world. Hunter syndrome is an hereditary disorder in which an enzyme, iduronate-2-sulfatase (I2S), is deficient.