Since the AKU Society was founded in 2003, it has grown rapidly, helping several sister arms to become established in other countries. These have been set up to raise awareness of AKU, provide support and information to patients and families and promote medical research. They are run by patients and patient representatives who really understand AKU and the impact the disease can have on patients’ life.
The AKU Society is thrilled to introduce you to Jamie Rumbelow. Jamie is running the Edinbur.. ...more
Dr. Milad Khedr is a doctor at Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals. He is st.. ...more
To make our website more accessible to visitors with different needs, the AKU Society has in.. ...more
In this week’s blog, we hear about Bob Montague, who went to the National Alkaptonuria.. ...more
In December 2017, Reece Edmends, the AKU Society’s newly appointed Admin and Communication.. ...more