Why Being a Haemochromatosis Patient Can Save Lives

The treatment for genetic haemochromatosis is a regular blood removal process called venesection. Whilst this may sound scary, it is the same process as a regular blood donation, except the blood is discarded. When patients find out that their blood is being discarded, the question that arises is – “I wish I could donate”. Donating blood is often something that (Read more…)