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Porphyria – Why Does It Take 10-15 Years to be Diagnosed?

Rare Disease Report - Apr 25, 2017
Unfortunately, a rare disease called porphyria, may be the problem. And because it is a rare disease, it occurs in young women during their menstrual cycle, it is generally a pain that subsides over time, and it is also associated with binge drinking ...

Patsy Nell Payne

Times Record News - Apr 1, 2017
After Patsy and Jack married, she served some time as a school nurse in Fort Worth, Texas; a nurse supervisor in Terrell, TX; then Labor & Delivery and teaching Fundamentals of Nursing until her diagnosis of Porphyria in 1972. Along with her parents ...

Rare genetic variations may solve mystery of porphyria severity in some patients

Science Daily - Aug 10, 2016
An international research team has linked rare variations in a cell membrane protein to the wide variation in symptom severity that is a hallmark of porphyria, a rare disorder that often affects the skin, liver and nervous system. St. Jude Children's ...

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Porphyria books

Porphyria: The Ultimate Cause of Common, Chronic, and Environmental Illnesses - With Breakthroughs in Diet, Supplements, and Energy Balancing

by: Steven, Ph.d Rochlitz
This is a 162 pg. 8 1/2 x 11 self-help book with "Breakthroughs in diet, supplements, and energy balancing." This is a well researched study on Porphyria.
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The Official Patient's Sourcebook on Porphyria: A Revised and Updated Directory for the Internet Age

by: Icon Health Publications
This sourcebook has been created for patients who have decided to make education and Internet-based research an integral part of the treatment process. Although it gives information useful to doctors, caregivers and other health professionals, it also tells patients where and how to look for information covering virtually all topics related to porphyria, from the essentials to the most advanced areas of research. The title of this book includes the word official. This reflects the fact that the sourcebook draws from public, academic, government, and peer-reviewed research.
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by: Tammy Evans
A beautiful woman turned into creature of the night by a family curse.

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Purple Canary: The Girl Who Was Allergic To School: The True Story Of How School Chemicals Unleased A "Rare" Illness That Devastated A Young Girl's Life

by: Joyce Gould

Bizarre symptoms and debilitating neurological attacks that happened only at school upended eleven year old Jill’s world. Skeptical medical specialists attributed the odd, recurrent symptoms to the adoptee’s biological inheritance then to a mental illness. Disbelieving school officials labeled her an attention-seeking faker. Jill and her mother Joyce insisted the symptoms had a physical base. Medical experts were shocked when DNA testing proved that the mutant gene associated with a “rare,” genetic metabolic/enzyme disorder was harbored in Jill’s liver.
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Porphyria pathology

Porphyria is a metabolic disease in the synthesis of Heme. Heme is made up of a molecule of protoporphyrin plus an iron ion Fe(2 ). When the enzymes that ...

What is Porphyria? | Summer Shade Ep. 1

Porphyria J is a vlog devoted to creating community and awareness around Porphyria. Summer Shade is a 13 week series focused on living with EPP during the ...

Porphyria - Katy's Choice

Katy Green is a remarkable person. Doctors said she wouldn't survive. They said she would never have children. She is very much alive and a very proud ...

Living with the Intense Pain of Porphyria

Rose and Colin discuss the painful, debilitating sysmptoms of porphyria.

Rose and Colin - Living with Porphyria