Raising public awareness of iron overload and our work.
A crucial part of our work is making people aware of haemochromatosis and the effects of iron overload. We want haemochromatosis to be as familiar to the general public as cystic fibrosis and multiple sclerosis are, for example.
This section of our website tells you about some of our work to raise awareness and how you might be able to help.
The more people are aware of genetic haemochromatosis (GH), then the more likely it is that early symptoms could lead to prompt diagnosis and treatment. Early diagnosis saves lives.
|The patient voice
How patients can make a difference
|Information for reporters and broadcasters
Facts and figures to make sure you get things right
|World Haemochromatosis Week (WHW)
International collaborative project to raise awareness
|Awareness raising in The North West of England
An active group is helping in an area where GH is more prevalent
|The Irish connection
Genetic Haemochromatosis is much more prevalent in Irish families
|Distributing posters and leaflets
You can help by spreading the word