Discussion Guide: Could Kidney Stones Be a Sign of PH1?
If you think you or your family member may have PH1, use this discussion guide to help you have a productive conversation with your healthcare provider.Download PDF
This brochure provides an overview of PH1 management, monitoring, and more.Download PDF
PH1 Perspectives: Hear From Your Peers
A series focused on the true stories of real patients
If you’re struggling emotionally or have troubling thoughts about your disease, you can find help through the National Institute of Mental Health.
No-charge genetic testing and counseling
If you haven’t been diagnosed with PH1, your healthcare provider can request genetic testing and counseling through the Alnylam Act® program if you meet certain criteria. The test is simple—it is done using a blood or a saliva sample. Siblings and family members may also be tested through Alnylam Act®.
The Alnylam Act® program was created to provide access to genetic testing and counseling to patients as a way to help people make more informed decisions about their health.
- While Alnylam provides financial support for this program, tests and services are performed by independent third parties.
- Healthcare professionals must confirm that patients meet certain criteria to use the program.
- Alnylam receives de-identified patient data from this program, but at no time does Alnylam receive patient-identifiable information. Alnylam uses healthcare professional contact information for research and commercial purposes.
- Genetic testing is available in the US and Canada. Genetic counseling is only available in the US.
- Healthcare professionals or patients who use this program have no obligation to recommend, purchase, order, prescribe, promote, administer, use, or support any Alnylam product.
- No payers, including government payers, are billed for this program.
Downloads for caregivers
Guide to Growing Up With PH1
A brochure that provides educational information and tools for the caregivers of children with PH1. Topics include understanding PH1 progression and management, as well as tips for discussing PH1 with care team members and children. It also includes an age-appropriate activity book for children.Download PDF
My PH1 Info Sheet
A handout that can be used to inform others on how PH1 affects you or your child on a day-to-day basis. The information on the handout explains how people with PH1 must drink lots of water, and may not always feel well.Download PDF
Communities for caregivers
Connect with a broader network of people who may be experiencing the same
things as you:
Communities for anyone with PH1
The Oxalosis & Hyperoxaluria Foundation (OHF)
The OHF is dedicated to finding treatments and a cure for all forms of hyperoxaluria, and supports thousands of healthcare professionals, patients, and their families in their fight against this disease.VISIT SITE