A Closer Look at Hemochromatosis


There are 3 types of hemochromatosis.

Primary hemochromatosis is also called hereditary hemochromatosis, and it is the most common form of hemochromatosis. Caused by an inherited gene defect, primary hemochromatosis is generally associated with the mutation of the HFE gene, which regulates iron absorption. HFE generally mutates in one of two ways, creating mutations called H63D (less common) ...

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