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Hereditary haemochromatosis (HH) affects one in 200 of the white Caucasian population in Australia, rising to one in 100 among those of Celtic origin, due to genetic factors.

Gastroenterologist Professor John Olynyk of Murdoch University said pain in the knuckles of the index and middle fingers was an indication of the disorder.

“Luckily the treatment is natural and easy – blood letting. The Australian Red Cross Blood Service provides this treatment for suitable individuals and