Rare Disease Day is on Thursday 29th February.

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Although the most common form of genetic haemochromatosis (known as type 1, HFE GH) is not rare, there are rare forms of the condition. These include juvenile (type 2), TFR2 (type 3) and SLC40A1/Ferroportin Disease (type 4).

To mark this year's event, we're pleased to announce the publication of new guides to type 3/4, reviewed and approved by our recently expanded Clinical Advisory & Research Panel.

We are strong. We are proud. We are many.

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