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Iron Disorders Institute


Address

PO Box 675
Taylors, SC 29687 USA

Phone

8642921175

Fax

8642921878

800 Number

8885654766

Email Address

info@irondisorders.org

Description

The Iron Disorders Institute (IDI) is a voluntary, non-profit resource center providing information and educational materials about iron-related disorders and diseases. Serving a worldwide audience, it strives to maintain cooperative relationships with governmental health agencies and other professional organizations. It encourages research on iron-related health problems to improve the quality of life for patients and reduce health-care costs. Established in 1996, it publishes a magazine on iron disorders and coordinates a broad range of other services, includes support groups, networking, educational materials, and patient advocacy.

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