What is Alpha-1?
Many of your questions are answered inside this informative brochure including who should be tested, how to obtain a test, what your results mean and where to go from there.
Alpha-1 Coded Testing (ACT) Study
Confidential Testing for Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency
Alpha-1 Research Registry
Join our confidential database of Alphas and Alpha-1 Carriers to participate in research studies! Here is an excellent opportunity to promote Alpha-1 research. Click below for more information.
It's All in the Family
Find out why you, your family, and your relatives should be tested for Alpha-1 and what steps to take to accomplish this meaningful endeavor.
Am I an Alpha-1 Carrier?
See how you can stay healthy and active as an Alpha-1 carrier by following a few preventative measures outlined in the brochure below.
Healthcare Provider's Guide
Here is a comprehensive, patient-friendly guide about AAT Deficiency designed to educate physicians, their staff, and patients.
A Guide for the Recently Diagnosed Individual
If you have been diagnosed with AAT Deficiency, click the link below to become informed about your diagnosis, treatments, lifestyle changes and other major concerns for Alphas.
The Liver and Alpha-1
Learn about Alpha-1 and how it affects the liver, what symptoms to watch for and how common liver disease is in Alphas and
Genetic Counseling Program
The Alpha-1 Foundation Genetic Counseling Program provides telephone-based free and confidential genetic counseling for individuals considering being tested for, or diagnosed with, Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency (Alpha-1).