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The US HAEA is a non-profit patient advocacy organization serving Hereditary Angioedema patients. Our Association was founded and staffed by HAE patients and caregivers. We provide the HAE community with a personalized support network and a wide range of services to help them lead a normal life.      


Our Mission:
The mission of the US HAEA is to increase awareness of Hereditary Angioedema by providing patients and physicians with reliable and readily accessible information about the disease. We are committed to advancing and conducting clinical research designed to improve the lives of HAE patients and, ultimately, find a cure.

We want to lead a nationwide advocacy movement that focuses on increasing HAE awareness and education, empowering patient access to suitable therapy/treatment, and fostering ground-breaking research that includes searching for a cure.

Our Vision:
To achieve lifelong health for HAE patients through research, treatment and awareness.

Our Values:
The US HAEA is a non-profit organization committed to providing the HAE Community access to the latest treatment options and dependable, personal support to address symptoms and the challenges associated with the condition. We believe in research, innovation, and respect for HAE patients and their families.


Living with HAE

Some Typical Questions and Situations in Your Life


How can HAE be treated? We give you an overview of all FDA approved medication!

Attack Triggers

Attack Triggers
How can you identify an attack – and what triggers should you be aware of. Let us guide you!

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Angioedema Center
Where can you get help? The US HAEA Angioedema Center at UCSD is a world class treatment center!


What do you need to be aware of when traveling? Here are some tips when traveling!


In Patients' Own Words
Every Story is Unique and Valuable

Everyone who has HAE knows that its symptoms are different for each individual. No two people share the exact same triggers, severity of attacks, or even the journey to diagnosis.

Read other patient stories, and share your own...