Atypical hemolytic uremic syndrome

Is genetic testing available for atypical hemolytic-uremic syndrome?

GeneTests lists the names of laboratories that are performing genetic testing for atypical hemolytic-uremic syndrome. To view the contact information for the clinical laboratories conducting testing click here and follow the "testing" link pertaining to each gene.

_Please note: Most of the laboratories listed through GeneTests do not accept direct contact from patients and their families; therefore, if you are interested in learning more, you will need to work with a health care provider or a genetics professional. In the Genetic Services section of this letter we provide a list of online resources that can assist you in locating a genetics professional near you.

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Last updated on 05-01-20

Name: National Kidney Foundation 30 East 33rd Street
New York, NY, 10016, United States
Phone: 212-889-2210 Toll Free: 800-622-9010 Fax : 212-689-9261 Email: info@kidney.org Url: https://www.kidney.org/
Name: American Association of Kidney Patients 3505 E. Frontage Rd., Suite 315
Tampa, FL, 33607-1796, United States
Phone: 813-636-8100 Toll Free: 800-749-2257 Fax : 813-636-8122 Email: info@aakp.org Url: http://www.aakp.org
Name: American Kidney Fund, Inc. 6110 Executive Boulevard Suite 1010
Rockville, MD, 20852, United States
Phone: 301-881-3052 Toll Free: 866-300-2900 Email: helpline@kidneyfund.org Url: http://www.kidneyfund.org
Name: aHUS Alliance Email: info@ahusallianceaction.org Url: http://www.ahusallianceaction.org/

Note, these links are external searches against the National Laboratory of Medicine's drug database. You may need to adjust the search if there are no results found.

Drug Name Generic Name
Soliris eculizumab

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