Although being diagnosed and living with a rare genetic endocrine condition can be difficult at times, we aim to show you that a pretty normal life is possible and to inspire you to achieve as much as you can in life. Nevertheless, the disorders can be complex to understand and your ability to cope with everything may vary from year to year. AMEND is always here for you and aims to help you throughout your journey by providing easy-to-understand information on a range of topics, and by providing support services such as our free Counselling Service. Please explore our site and always feel free to contact us if you need help with anything.
MEN stands for Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia, of which there are three distinct types – MEN1, MEN2 and MEN3…
Although many people live relatively normal lives, being diagnosed and living with a rare genetic condition can be difficult at times…
Make a donation
AMEND has a variety of ways to donate to show your appreciation for our work.
Become an AMEND member
Membership if free so come and join our family
AMEND is pleased to bring you our latest publication: ‘Starting a Family: Your Choices’. Funded by a grant from the Society for Endocrinology, this…