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hereditary hemochromatosis: Anyone else wondering why our doctors aren't do more to diagnose and treat this common genetic killer?
Hi, I'm Gloria A D.
I was just diagnosed with Hemochromatosis. Apparently it was in my blood work last year but wasn’t caught til another Dr. seen in my past lab work that something was wrong and ordered more labs.   Read more…

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