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The APS Foundation of American, Inc. has made the following brochures and articles available to you for download. *New content is in bold*

The following brochures and articles are posted with permission from the authors and organizations.

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208KB APS Foundation Brochure 234KB Anticoagulant Information
76KB Women & APS 76KB APS & You
76KB APS Information Brochure 85KB IVIG Brochure
140KB APLA Cardiology Patient Page 83KB APS & Surgery Brochure
35KB APS Doctor List - USA 35KB APS Doctor List - Canada
35KB APS Doctor List - UK 35KB APS Doctor List - Other

The following brochures came from the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases.
See the bottom of the page for the permission to use these documents.

208KB Q&A about Autoimmunity 234KB Q&A about Sjögren's Syndrome
76KB Q&A about Raynaud's Phenomenon 85KB The Many Shades of Lupus
140KB Systemic Lupus Erythematosus    

The following brochures came from the National Heart, Lung & Blood Institute.
See the bottom of the page for the permission to use these documents.

196KB The Heart Truth 643KB Healthy Heart for Women
138KB Wallet Card - Heart Attack 606KB Act In Time to Heart Attack Signs
716KB Heart Attack Signs
Also available in Spanish
225KB T.I.M.E. Method
175KB Heart Attack Action Plan 393KB Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
663KB Wallet Card - Blood Pressure 196KB High Blood Cholesterol
215KB Insomnia 185KB Problem Sleepiness
29KB Sleep IQ    

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Page Modified on: 10/05/05

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The information contained in materials published by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) is in the public domain. No further permission is required to reproduce or reprint the information in whole or in part. However, organizations that reproduce NHLBI publications should cite the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute as a part of the National Institutes of Health and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services as the source. This applies to printed publications as well as documents from the NHLBI Web site. Organizations may add their own logo or name. We further ask that no changes be made in the content of the material, and that the material as well as any NHLBI Internet links should not be used in any direct or indirect product endorsement or advertising.

APS & You and Women & APS are written by APS Foundation of America, Inc. ©Copyright 2005. All rights reserved. All content in this pamphlet is protected by U.S. and international copyright laws and may not be reprinted, reposted, or otherwise reproduced wholly or in part without prior written permission from the APS Foundation of America, Inc.
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DISCLAIMER: APS Foundation of America, Inc. website is not intended to replace standard doctor-patient visits, physical examination, and medical testing. Information given to members is only an opinion. All information should be confirmed with your personal doctor. Always seek the advice of a trained physician in person before seeking any new treatment regarding your medical diagnosis or condition. Any information received from APS Foundation of America, Inc. website is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure. This site is for informational purposes only.   If you think you may have a medical emergency, call your doctor or 911 immediately.