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Dear Fabry Community,
During this challenging time with the global COVID-19 outbreak, it is all the more important we look out for and support one another. Your safety and welfare and that of your families always has been and continues to be Amicus' number one priority. Our commitment to the rare disease community will continue and we are only a phone call or email away. For questions or support, we can be reached at [email protected] or toll-free in the US at 1(866) 9-AMICUS (926-4287). NP-NN-ALL-00030520

Online Tools and Resources

Fabry Disease Discussion Driver

Use our interactive Fabry Disease Discussion Driver tool to help organize your thoughts and questions for your next appointment.

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Fabry Family Tree Builder

The interactive Fabry disease family tree builder can help you identify other family members who may be at risk for Fabry disease.

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Fabry Connect YouTube Channel

Visit our YouTube channel for videos with useful information and resources to help manage the daily challenges of living with a rare, genetic disease.

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Fabry Disease Symptoms Tool

Recognize the signs & symptoms of Fabry disease using our interactive Fabry disease symptom tool.

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Brochures & Fact Sheets

A Visual Guide to Understanding Fabry

Learn about the genetics of Fabry disease, including what causes it, how it is passed from mothers and fathers, how it affects the body, and more.

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Fabry Disease Monitoring Brochure

A guide designed to help you keep track of different tests used to monitor Fabry disease.

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Women and Fabry

Learn about some of the unique effects Fabry disease can have on a woman’s body and quality of life.

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Pain in Fabry Disease

This fact sheet outlines how and where people with Fabry might experience pain

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Understanding & Managing Gastrointestinal Symptoms in Fabry

Gastrointestinal symptoms are very common in people living with Fabry disease

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Fabry Disease & Hearing Loss

Understand how hearing impairment may occur in Fabry disease, ways to identify it, and potential treatment and methods to manage it

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Testing for Fabry Disease

Learn of the importance and benefits of testing for Fabry disease along with sources and locations to get tested.

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Fatigue in Fabry Disease

Learn about the effects of fatigue in Fabry disease and potentials ways to manage it.

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Fabry Disease Support Groups

There are many Fabry disease-related support and education groups. They can help you learn more about Fabry disease, connect you to others with the disease, and keep you updated about the latest developments in Fabry disease. Click on the links below to visit some of these sites.

Fabry Support & Information Group:

This organization is committed to raising awareness about Fabry disease and its symptoms. It provides support and encouragement to patients and their families.

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The National Fabry Disease Foundation:

Learn about Fabry disease-related programs and projects, take advantage of the various resources available through the site, and get the latest information about living with and managing Fabry disease.

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Fabry International Network (FIN):

Learn about Fabry disease-related programs and projects, take advantage of the various resources available, and get the latest information about living with and managing Fabry disease.

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Facebook Groups & Pages

There are many Fabry disease-related Facebook groups dedicated to helping Fabry patients. Here are some active groups:

Fabry Information and Genetic and Rare Disease Groups

National Institutes of Health (NIH)
Get the latest information about treatment, clinical trials, publications, and Fabry-related organizations and support groups.

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Genetic Alliance
Learn about the many ways genetics plays a part of your life and learn more about Fabry disease.

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National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD)
This website provides information for patients and their families, help with medication access, and opportunities to connect with others and to get involved.

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Global Genes: Allies in Rare Diseases
Global Genes is a nonprofit organization on a mission to connect, empower and inspire the rare disease community.

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Show your Support

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