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Haemochromatosis Aus 15h
It’s National Volunteering Week . Some pics celebrating a few wonderful volunteers who give time, effort & talents to help raise awareness of so everyone at risk will be detected & safe from harm. Thank you – we’re all in this together.
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Haemochromatosis Aus 20h
What sort of impacts does having haemochromatosis have on your day to day life?
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Haemochromatosis Aus 18h
Haemochromatosis Australia will host a free public info session 15 June at Burnside Community Centre Adelaide. It will include two speakers as well as Q & A session & free afternoon tea Contact: 1300 019 028 or rsvp@ha.org.au
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Haemochromatosis Aus May 19
OVERLOAD, an art exhibition, to coincide with World Haemochromatosis Week 2019 is being held Deloraine Hospital Gallery, East Barrack Street, Deloraine, Northern Tasmania from 31 May 2019 - 9 November 2019. Further info email members@ha.org.au
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Irish in Britain May 20
The dates for this years Iron Games (in aid of ) have been announced & we're delighted that Green Hearts will be joining in on the action again promoting healthy and happy hearts! Details of dates & times on Facebook here:
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IMAGE Magazine May 19
“I suffered terrible headaches and the tiredness was something else"
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James Beaton May 16
Right, venesection breakfast of porridge and cheese on toast had. Water has been drunk. There will be walking. And chocolate later.
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Haemochromatosis Aus May 20
High levels of serum ferritin AND transferrin saturation may indicate you have too much iron stored in your body. Talk to your GP if concerned. Visit for more info.
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Haemochromatosis Aus May 18
World Week runs 3-9 June. Show support by wearing a piece from our OVERLOAD Aust-made resin jewellery collection – From $30 plus postage for a blood drop pin. Start a conversation and increase early diagnosis
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Haemochromatosis Aus May 13
How are your iron levels? Ask your doctor to check if your are concerned
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Nature Metabolism May 15
Replying to @NatMetabolism
Nrf2 activation also improves homeostasis in mouse models of and -thalassaemia.
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Haemochromatosis Aus May 14
Is having haemochromatosis a bad thing? Not if it is detected early. It is important to act. Haemochromatosis: Tricky to say, Easy to test, Simple to treat, Tragic to ignore
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Karin Calford May 14
Communication with family members who may not be aware they are at risk of a genetic condition is not always easy. provides a Family Letter for a person newly dx with
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Haemochromatosis Aus May 17
The symptoms of haemochromatosis can be vague and hard to diagnose. Talk to your doctor if your are worried and have your iron levels checked. For more info visit
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Haemochromatosis Aus May 16
Congrats to our Dr Dianne Prince who is stepping up to role of President of Haemochromatosis International to add to her existing role of President of Haemochromatosis Australia. Read more
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Benjamin Stewart May 13
Did not know tea can be sweetened with licorice root. Definite here. A bit like that question about dishes and .
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Kevin Kane May 15
Shout out to west of many of origins. Lethargy? Joint pain? Inability to exercise? Brain fog? Other seemingly unconnected symptoms? You might be rusting from inside out! Iron Over Load is toxic but manageable if detected early
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