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Learn more about anemia from these organizations:

NATIONAL ANEMIA ACTION COUNCIL
www.anemia.org
National Anemia Action Council, Inc.
555 E Wells St, Suite 1100
Milwaukee, WI 53202
(414) 225-0138
Fax: (414) 276-3349
Click on “Patients & Consumers” for information and answers to common questions about anemia. Note that the NAAC cannot answer individual questions relating to the diagnosis or treatment of anemia or refer you to a doctor.

“Anemia Symptoms Quiz”
www.anemia.org/patients/symptoms-quiz/
Your answers to this quiz can help you and your doctor determine whether you have anemia.

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF KIDNEY PATIENTS
“Understanding Anemia in Kidney Disease”
www.aakp.org/brochures/anemia-brochure
Click on the highlighted link called “Understanding Anemia in Kidney Disease.”

“The Iron Story”
www.aakp.org/brochures/iron-story
The links to a free download are available are English and Spanish.

“I Heart My Kidneys”
www.aakp.org/brochures/Heart-My-Kidneys

(800) 749-2257 (Call for a free copy of these brochures. Deliveries can be made to addresses in the United States only; deliveries cannot be made to PO boxes.)

 

 

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