Our latest report reveals the true costs to the NHS of the burden of ill-health arising from genetic haemochromatosis, including key conditions such as liver disease, cancer, diabetes, and joint pain arising from the condition.

This initiative represents the culmination of a year's work by researchers at York Health Economics Consultancy, Haemochromatosis UK, our clinical advisors and University of Exeter Medical School.

Our accompanying report discusses policy measures that will not only save lives, but also save money. Both reports will be available for members at the end of January.



The reports will be launched at the Houses of Parliament at a reception on 2nd February hosted by Sir John Hayes CBE MP and Ben Lake MP, Chair and Vice-Chair of the APPG for Genetic Haemochromatosis.

This event will be a unique opportunity for elected representatives and policymakers to learn about the condition, meet the report collaborators and discuss their findings.

Printed copies of the reports are available for pre-order from our online shop. Use your membership discount code to secure 10% off. Copies will be posted out during the week of publication in January.

We're grateful to the Shears Foundation and Thackray Medical Research Trust for their generous support of this initiative.

Due to CV19 restrictions, this event is limited to invited guests only. Receive updates on the discussions about this report, in our members' monthly eBulletin.