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Additional blood test to diagnose hereditary hemochromatosis, which seems to be ignored by American medical
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Americans trust their family doctor. But, doctors are letting us down in the case of hereditary hemochromatosis (H.H.), which causes retention of too much iron and can be fatal. Contributing to the problem is the U.S. Preventive Health Task Force, which says that testing to prevent H.H. is not cost effective. This is the same task force that wants women to wait longer to have…   Read more…

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Platelet Disorder Support Association is a non profit that provides information for ITP patients
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