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A Practical Guide to Haemochromatosis

When you join Haemochromatosis Australia you will receive a copy of ‘A Practical Guide to Haemochromatosis’, full of practical information for those living with the disorder.

You can order additional copies for $15 from our INFO LINE 1300 019 028 (8.30 am to 5.30 pm Monday – Friday).

Videos

Haemochromatosis

A short (2 minute) animated video explaining the basics of hereditary haemochromatosis.

Haemochromatosis Explained

A more in depth discussion of haemochromatosis and the experiences of people diagnosed with the condition (10 minutes)

To order printed copies of the following resources email publications@ha.org.au

‘Haemochromatosis’ brochure

Download PDFDownload a PDF version of our brochure here.

 

Haemochromatosis Your Questions Answered

Download PDFDownload a PDF version of our booklet here.

 

This 28-page booklet explains haemochromatosis in simple terms.

Family letter – what they need to know about haemochromatosis

Since haemochromatosis is an inherited disorder, family members of someone diagnosed with haemochromatosis are at increased risk of also having the condition. It is important to alert these  family members and tell them what they need to do about it.

Explaining haemochromatosis to others might seem a difficult task, especially if you have just been diagnosed yourself and are just learning what you need to know to manage the condition.

Haemochromatosis Australia with the assistance of our GP Liaison Officer Dr Katie Goot MBBS FACRRM has developed a one page letter suitable to email or post to relatives. It explains what they need to know in simple terms and is suitable for them to take to their own GP to discuss testing.

Download PDFDownload a PDF of the family letter here.

 

Haemochromatosis Information Sheets

IS1: Genetic Test results and haemochromatosis mutations. What genotype are you?
Explains the genetic basis of haemochromatosis and what each genetic test result type means. 

IS2: Diet and Haemochromatosis
There is no specific diet for haemochromatosis. This information sheet provides information about diet and haemochromatosis.

We will add further information sheets from time to time. Please check nack later for more.

Other Fact Sheets

 

Haemochromatosis and Haemochromatotic Arthritis
Arthritis Australia have information sheet.

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