This site has been produced to assist doctors and patients in their research into Anti Phospholipid Syndrome.
The site deals with research, information, case studies
and treatments with a frequently asked questions page that will be continually updated.
Research into APS is still being completed at a number of
hospitals and research centres worldwide. The information within
this site has been collected from their sites and from weekly updates from Medscape.com
I would be interested to hear from patients and doctors who have experience of Anti Phospholipid Syndrome(APS)and its
As an aside, I have included pages that are(in my case)directly associated with APS, and Turner's
Syndrome which I have researched on behalf of my granddaughter.
If these pages have been of interest or help please e-mail me at
your comments and reasons for visiting the site, as this will help in assessing the need for updates.
details on blood, clotting and the most common effects
on the blood by APS
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