The UK NSC recommendation on Haemochromatosis screening in adults (currently under review)
Find general information about population health screening.
More about Haemochromatosis
Haemochromatosis is a condition where too much iron is absorbed by the body. After a while, the body starts to deposit the extra iron in other areas of the body. It usually gathers around organs, such as the heart and liver.
Once the iron starts building up it causes uncomfortable symptoms, such as nausea, abdominal pain, constipation and joint pain. It can also lead to liver damage, heart failure and diabetes.
• British Association for Study of the Liver
The stakeholder groups will be involved when the recommendation is next reviewed. If you think your organisation should be added, please contact us. More information for stakeholders can be found in appendix C of the UK NSC evidence review process.
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