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VISION/MISSION

ABOUT TOO MUCH IRON

11 Million Americans or more have the genes that can result in too much iron.

ABOUT TOO LITTLE IRON

Iron deficiency with and without anemia are a key focus areas for Iron Disorders Institute.

Vision/Mission Statement

Iron Disorders Institute is a 501(c)3 national organization headquartered in Greenville, South Carolina. IDI received its non-profit status in 1998.

Vision Statement:

Iron Disorders Institute’s vision is that no one should suffer or die prematurely because of  Iron-Out-of-Balance™.

Mission Statement:

Iron Disorders Institute (IDI) exists so that people with iron disorders receive timely, accurate, complete diagnosis, have awareness of appropriate therapeutic choices, and be equipped to live in good health. Our Vision: That no one should suffer or die prematurely because of an iron disorder.

We carry out our mission and our vision by:

  • Providing reliable information about iron disorders
  • Making the best use of resources and being accountable to you,
  • Supporting a positive relationship between you and your physician,
  • Advocating for you to government health agencies, the media, health policy and law makers and the medical community,
  • Concentrating efforts on education and raising awareness

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PATIENT STORY

THE DANGERS OF MISDIAGNOSIS

Gerry Koenig’s Story required 2 liver transplantations due to misdiagnosis.

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