In bizarre, veiled conversations, some doctors vaguely hint to dying patients and their families how to hasten death. But overwhelmed families are left with profound questions and the feeling that there is no one who can answer them.
A young mother with a grave lung disease worries that a California bill that would make assisted suicide legal could pressure terminally ill people to end their lives.
Stephanie O'Neill, Southern California Public Radio
The mission of the Hemochromatosis Information Society is to promote public awareness about the genetic disorder hereditary hemochromatosis. The organization strives to meet the needs of those individuals, their families and friends diagnosed with hereditary hemochromatosis. In order to prevent adverse health effects and premature death, the Hemochromatosis Information Society supports routine screening of patients for hereditary hemochromatosis.
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The goal of the Hemochromatosis Information Society web site is to provide valuable information for people with hereditary hemochromatosis. We want to be your online resource for hemochromatosis information.
We strive to provide accurate, timely information regarding hemochromatosis and its treatment.