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Addison's Disease

Addison's Disease (Primary Hypoadrenocorticism) is an endocrine disorder where there is insufficient production of the hormones cortisol (gludcocorticoids) or aldosterone (mineralocorticoids) or both. We do not currently have a volunteer for this disorder. Click on "show more detail" to see how you can help and to find a collection of links on Addison's Disease.

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