News: Information Meeting Kilkenny


Date: Monday November 13th 2017 at 8 pm


Venue:  Pembroke Hotel, Patrick Street




Hepatology Nurse Specialists 

Pauline Carroll, Noreen Maher and Angela Buggy.

Haemochromatosis is an iron overload disorder and is one of the most common but under diagnosed hereditary disorders.  It is more prevalent in Ireland than anywhere else in the world.  Symptoms include chronic fatigue, joint pain, diabetes, loss of sex drive and irregular heartbeat. 

This meeting will provide an opportunity to talk to experts in the field and to meet other people who have the disorder. 

All welcome - please tell your friends!

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