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Haemochromatosis UK prides itself on providing some excellent resources for patients and healthcare professionals.

Diet and Iron OverloadPatient Booklets

PDF Booklet 1: Introduction
Genetic Haemochromatosis: An Iron Overload Disorder
PDF Booklet 2: Diet
Healthy Eating and Iron Overload

These are freely available to download for individual use or for use by healthcare professionals. Both documents may also be used as reference material provided Haemochromatosis UK is properly cited as the source.

Other materials

Haemochromatosis Arthropathy Research Initiative (HARI)
Treatment of Haemochromatosis Arthropathy: Advice for Patients

A guide from an important European research initiative.

Social Media

HUK Facebook Support Group: Join thousands of people in conversation.
HUK Facebook Page: Keep up to date with news here.
HUK on Twitter: Follow for news and event updates.

Information Online

This website is a rich source of information about haemochromatosis; start at this page to learn about the condition and how it can be managed.

Video Resources

Introduction to Genetic Haemochromatosis

This short explanation of GH will help new patients and their families understand the basics of the condition. Reproduced and revoiced with kind permission of Haemochromatosis Australia.

Conference in 2017

Many of the expert presentations at the Genetic Haemochromatosis Patients’ Conference 2017 in Birmingham were recorded.

Other Videos

Our Youtube channel includes a wide range of informative video and audio recordings.

Pharmacy Training CoverEducational

Training booklet accredited by The Royal Pharmaceutical Society.

Genetic Haemochromatosis:
A Guide For Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians

This is freely available to download for use by individual healthcare professionals. It may also be used as reference material provided Haemochromatosis UK is properly cited as the source.

Miscellaneous Articles

Article Oct 2015: International GH Associations Meetings 2015
Article Oct 2015: Ferriscan – Developments in Liver Iron Concentration (LIC) Measurement
Article Feb 2018: Why do We Have Membership?
Article Mar 2019: Information about Clinical Trials