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July is National Hemochromatosis Screening and Awareness Month

July is National Hemochromatosis Screening and Awareness Month

In This Issue:

  • Hemochromatosis Awareness and Screening Month
  • July Awareness Activity in Cordele, GA
  • Iron Disorders Institute's 2006 Awards
  • Kate Walker--Adolescent Hemochromatosis
  • Iron USA 2006 Pictorial
  • Iron USA Highlights
  • 100-Mile Club Debut

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2 comments (Add your own)

1. Steve Kimball wrote:
My HH story and progress: http://involuntarythinking.blogspot.com/2011/04/holy-hemochromatosis.html

Tue, May 3, 2011 @ 4:08 PM

2. Sabrina wrote:
Well, there is the high school clisasc: a couple of markets and some tightly stretched material.You can also get the iron on letters or an iron on sheet and cut out the shapes you want.Try tye-dye! It's super fun. And I'm using it as a lead in to batiking! Start light, go dark, and cover anything you want to stay the color you are on at that point with hot wax. It's a lot of fun and a great art activity for kids. Also works on eggs.If you are willing to pay through the nose, you can get the shirt made by Cafe Press or some similar thing.Finally, photo-sensitive cloth, a printed negative, and the sun.Most of these really only work if you just want to make shirts, not if you have specific designs. Unfortunately, for specific designs some sort of transfer (cut off the extra white?) or something like silk screening are probably your best bets.

Mon, August 20, 2012 @ 10:18 PM

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