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Iron Disorders Institute Attends ASH Conference


Iron Disorders Institute Attends ASH Conference

In This Issue:

  • IDI Attends ASH Conference
  • The Genetic Counseling Corner--Lisa Kessler
  • Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act
  • Staff and Volunteer Profiles: Sheila Dogan, Darlene Mitchiner, Joe Wills
  • Raising Hemochromatosis Awareness Creatively: Wendy Huhn
  • IDI Boards: An Insight Highlights
  • Sickle Cell Disease FAQ
  • 2007 Iron-Related Event Calendar
  • The Rusty Curmudgeon: Speaking Out

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2 comments (Add your own)

1. Auth wrote:
Stop begging and start doing. Buy a plant or two yoslreuf and start digging. Geeez. Save some tomato, cucumber seeds, etc. the next time you eat. Put the green end of a carrot on a cotton ball on a plate of water and it will grow. Line a plastic cup with a paper towel, with water in the bottom and it will stick to the sides, then place a lima bean in between the cup and paper towel and it will sprout & grow. It's never polite to solicit donations (even from a business) as it puts people on the spot. Post a sign on the school lawn requesting donations, but don't make direct requests. Now I'm sure you'll blast me for being stupid to think others aren't happy to donate, blah, blah. But, I still say that if YOU want to help, then help, but guilting others into helping is still doing nothing yoslreuf and not the way to go.References :

Sat, August 18, 2012 @ 5:52 AM

2. TillmanKenya wrote:
I received my first loan when I was a teenager and this helped my relatives very much. But, I require the financial loan once more time.

Thu, December 5, 2013 @ 11:55 PM

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