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  • ADSHG Newsletter 133 - September 2018 is now online!


    The ADSHG newsletter is issued to members four times a year in March, June, September and December. It's a key membership benefit of the ADSHG and a great way to get the latest updates on Addison's research, treatment and daily management, with additional news from the group and stories from our members.

Each edition of the newsletter brings you a quarterly update on the Group's activities, what we are doing to support you, along with the in depth articles on the latest medical advice for managing Addison's disease and personal stories from Group members about their experiences.


The newsletter has been published online since September 2005 and the current newsletter along with a full archive of over 50 newsletters is available for download by group members here...


To receive the newsletter, you need to join the ADSHG. The newsletter is printed and posted to our postal members and also made available for download to all our members via our website. Key articles from the newsletter are also made available to the public as appropriate. The newsletter is subject to ADSHG's copyright and must not be forwarded to non-members or copied or posted on other websites. Please enjoy reading the newsletter and do feel free to copy it for personal use or to share with your medical team.


To give you an idea of the style, layout and quality of information in the newsletter some example pages from the ADSHG Newsletter 120 - June 2015 are shown below.



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The Addison’s Disease Self-Help Group is the support group for people with Addison’s disease or adrenal insufficiency and their families in the UK and Ireland.The group was formed in 1984 and is a UK registered charity no. 1179825.

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