Hemoglobin E-beta-thalassemia syndrome

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Hemoglobin E-beta-thalassemia syndrome

Synonyms: E-beta-thalassemia | HbE-beta-thalassemia syndrome

Hemoglobin E – beta-thalassemia (HbE – BT) is a form of beta-thalassemia (see this term) that results in a mild to severe clinical presentation ranging from a condition indistinguishable from beta-thalassemia major to a mild form of beta-thalassemia intermedia (see these terms).

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Advocacy Organizations

OPFORD Foundation

OPFORD.org (Open Platform for Rare Diseases) was conceived as a digital and online resource centre for orphan diseases with a primary focus of serving patients and caregivers by connecting them to curated resources regarding symptoms, causes, diagnosis and treatment. We have expanded our services to health counselling and guidance for patients and caregivers to prevent possible complications.

Youth and Women for Opportunities Uganda-YWOU

Youth and Women for Opportunities-YWOU an organization that we represent is patient organization re-presentative, patient and institution and individual capacity builder supporting PLWRD’s to obtain diagnosis, treatment and drugs for those suffering consequences of being undiagnosed or misdiagnosed and lack treatment and those who lack precise diagnosis for rare, orphan and undiagnosed diseases preventing PLWRD’s accessing the most adapted care, treatment or surgery, have delayed access to the most appropriate care, treatment or surgery

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