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May Is International Hemochromatosis Awareness Month

Liver cancer, skin "bronzing," and impotence are among the possible results of this common but little-known genetic disorder. Read More »

I Dread This Time of the Year

As I recall the past glory of the country of my birth, and mourn my own special soldier, Remembrance Day is not a happy one for me. Read More »

Beware How You Break the News of a Family Death to a Child

...or, How Ernie Els ameliorated my sentiments concerning golf. Read More »

Hemochromatosis Experts Gathering in Canada

May is National Hemochromatosis Awareness month in Canada. Read More »

Professor Clement Finch: A Tribute

Mourning the loss of a great man and an esteemed mentor. Read More »

When Is Gout Not Gout? When It’s “Pseudo Gout”

What's the difference between gout and "pseudo gout"? Read More »

The Horror of Hemochromatosis

Iron — the other side of the story. Read More »

May 31st: A Very Important Day for Me, and for South Africa.

May 31st, 2009. A day of unexpected and incredible insights. I found out what had killed my father! May 31st, 2009. A day of unexpected and incredible insights. I realized what had killed my father! Read More »