Are you at risk for hATTR?
Hereditary ATTR (hATTR) amyloidosis is just one type of amyloidosis. It’s important to know which type you have to determine your best plan of action.
The key to hATTR amyloidosis is in its name. It’s an inherited condition and although anyone can be at risk, it’s more common in certain ethnicities. Knowing your family history and understanding the symptoms could help create a clearer path to diagnosis.
Why take the assessment?
hATTR amyloidosis is a rare disease but its symptoms are often similar to those of other conditions, leading to potential delays in diagnosis. Timing is critical because the sooner you are diagnosed, the sooner you could get access to treatment. The good news is, genetic testing can determine if you have the condition.
Are you at risk? Use this simple assessment tool to help guide your discussion with your doctor. It only takes 1 – 2 minutes to complete.