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Posted on June 06, 2022

A great first step on myAIHAteam is to share your story with other members. Introducing yourself and sharing information about your AIHA journey allows others to connect with you, find common interests, and understand your experience with autoimmune hemolytic anemia.

You can choose what you’d like to share, whether it’s details about your family or advice about what’s worked to ease your AIHA symptoms.

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