The Canadian Hemochromatosis Society runs six programs designed to further our vision.
Vision & Objectives
An end to suffering and premature death related to hemochromatosis in Canada.
Objectives of the Society
The Canadian Hemochromatosis Society (CHS) promotes the early diagnosis of hemochromatosis by raising public awareness, informing the medical community, and encouraging early screening of at-risk populations. The CHS provides support and information to individuals and families affected by iron overload.
The Society, founded by Marie Warder in 1980, is a registered non-profit charitable society (#11921 9160 R0001).
Current Society Board and Executive members.
The constitution and bylaws of the Canadian Hemochromatosis Society.
Current physicians on our Medical Advisory Board.
A brief history of the Society.
Information on past and upcoming AGMs.
Resources for members of the media.