Support for Those Living with Adrenal Insufficiency



Adrenal Insufficiency United is an organization of concerned family members, friends and affected adults. We are not a medical organization, and information contained in this website or on our Facebook Pages and/or groups is only intended to provide resources for those affected with Adrenal Insufficiency. No information on our website or Facebook pages is to be taken as medical advice or used to diagnose or treat adrenal insufficiency. Always consult with your physician before making any changes to your medical regimes. Links to other websites, doctors, and resources are done as a service to those seeking additional information and support. We do not endorse or recommend any specific organizations or doctors and are simply listing them as resources for individuals to research on their own. AIU is not responsible for the content of other publications or websites reached from our links.


Adrenal Insufficiency United (“AIU”) does not specifically endorse any of the organizations, individuals, articles, products, services, persons, or vendors (“Sponsors”) that may from time to time be listed in, or be attendees or presenters at, any of its publications, materials, websites, social media pages, conferences, events, or other platforms (“Publications”). We encourage you to carefully assess whether any Sponsor will meet the needs of your specific circumstances.
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AIU appreciates the support of those PHARMA companies who have funded our programs. We believe keeping communication open with drug development companies may one day lead to new and innovative treatments for adrenal insufficiency and the conditions which cause it.

Without funds from PHARMA our conferences and programs would not be possible. While some of these fund may be used to compensate speakers or conference staff, no funds accepted by PHARMA go to any AIU board members or its director.

AIU makes no claims to the effectiveness of any medications developed by PHARMA companies supporting our organization. We encourage you to research and discuss any new medications with your physician before adding or switching to something new.

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