Iron Disorders Institute Guide to Hemochromatosis

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Cheryl Garrison
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More than one million Americans suffer from Hemochromatosis, and most have to suffer through misdiagnoses and multiple doctor visits before finding the right treatment. If left untreated, Hemochromatosis can lead to heart attack, diabetes, cirrhosis, or cancer. Written by top medical researchers and experts, this comprehensive and reliable guide dispels the myths, explains the basic science behind the disease, and provides clues for diagnosis. It also includes inspiring case studies, treatment options, common questions, advocacy resources, and more. The number-one bestselling and most comprehensive guide, now updated with the latest scientific researchThe popular first edition has net sales of more than 11,000 copies; second edition is updated with the latest research More than one million Americans suffer from classic Hemochromatosis The CDC estimates people with Hemochromatosis are misdiagnosed 67% of the time and see an average of three doctors before a successful diagnosis

In 2008, Iron Disorders Institute released The Hemochromatosis Cookbook. We are pleased to share the recipes included are tasty, family-friendly, and obviously iron-conscious. Garrison (cofounder, Iron Disorders Institute) and a team of medical advisors present a layperson's overview of a common but under-diagnosed genetic disorder of iron metabolism.

Therapies to Increase Iron; Therapies to ... Iron disorders are known by many names: too much iron, too little iron, excess iron, insufficient iron, iron overload, hemochromatosis, anemia or Iron-Out-of-Balance™. Regardless what we call it, when iron is excessive or insufficient our risk for all chronic diseases, suffering and premature death is dramatically increased. The Iron Disorders Institute Guide to Hemochromatosis.