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5 Hilliards Court, Sandpiper Way
Chester Business Park
Chester, CH4 9QP United Kingdom
01244-207581 or 0845-241-2173
Metabolic Support UK (formally known as Climb) is the leading umbrella patient organisation for all Inherited Metabolic Disorders and continues to be committed to improving the lives of those affected. The aims of the charity remain as true today as it was when first founded in 1981. This is whilst evolving with the changing landscape of the rare disease community. The small and dedicated team work hard to: Providing patients and families with bespoke support tailored to their needs, from point of diagnosis through to young people’s transition adulthood and beyond Connecting families worldwide to reduce isolation and enable them to share experiences Funding research to develop treatments and support early diagnosis Working closely with medical professionals to stay ahead in innovations such as new-born screening and treatments Raising awareness of these conditions amongst the medical, health, social care and teaching professions, as well as the general public
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