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  1. nolegion

    Haemochromatosis

    Great. I was told yesterday that a sibling of mine, about the same age as me, has been diagnosed with (homozygous) haemochromatosis. Never heard of it. Unlikely to worry her much, alas: such highly diminished cognition and life expectancy (extremely) advanced frontotemporal dementia now leaves her, put all too many other conditions, except pain\discomfort, largely into the shade. But her GP (not mine) was busy sending messages to my other sibling and me to 'get tested' as soon as possible because, I learn over the past few hours, it is an hereditary disorder and, high risks and blah-de-bl
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