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Addison’s disease (hypoadrenalism or adrenal insufficiency) is a rare condition where the adrenal glands cease to function and replacement medication is required.

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    vsmith ADSHG Ops Manager

    By vsmith ADSHG Ops Manager, in Addison's disease,

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    vsmith ADSHG Ops Manager

    By vsmith ADSHG Ops Manager, in Addison's disease,

    Are you newly diagnosed with Addison's Disease or adrenal insufficiency? We are here to help.

    We've put together some resources to help you start to understand and manage Adrenal Insufficiency. Visit our pages for people who are newly diagosed:
    https://www.addisonsdisease.org.uk/newly-diagnosed

    vsmith ADSHG Ops Manager

    Our leaflets are great for supporting the newly diagnosed, running awareness events, educating family members, sharing with employers or adding to patient hospital folders for emergencies.

     

    View them online or print our leaflets here:
     
    https://www.addisonsdisease.org.uk/Pages/Category/publications

    vsmith ADSHG Ops Manager

    By vsmith ADSHG Ops Manager, in Addison's disease,

    We've put together an A-Z of the really useful information and resources available on our website. Have a browse!

    Explore our A-Z of Addison's Disease here:
    https://www.addisonsdisease.org.uk/a-z-of-addisons-resources

    vsmith ADSHG Ops Manager

    By vsmith ADSHG Ops Manager, in Publications & communications,

    We publish a regular magazine for members, packed with information about our community, hints & tips for living well with Addison's & articles by well-respected clinicians.

    Members receive our magazine online or in the post and can view our magazines archive in our online forum.
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