The Only Foundation In The World
Dedicated to improving the care and treatment
and finding a cure for Oxalosis, Primary
Hyperoxaluria and other hyperoxaluria related
stone diseases.


To raise awareness amongst the general public
and decision-makers about rare diseases and
their impact on patients' lives.

SINCE 1989...

The OHF has been uncovering the secrets of
Primary Hyperoxaluria, investing millions of
dollars in research to find better treatments
and cure.


The OHFOxalosis in its late stages can cause a variety of complications outside the kidney, including bone disease & anemia. #OHF11 hours agoReplyRetweetFavorite
The OHFCalcium oxalate kidney stones are common in people with hyperoxaluria, but they don’t always need to be treated. #OHF #RareDisease14 hours agoReplyRetweetFavorite
The OHFIt is important to seek medical care that takes into account the type, symptoms and severity of hyperoxaluria. #OHF #RareDisease16 hours agoReplyRetweetFavorite
The OHF.RT @nephroVIP: @OHFTweet (A nuclear) 45-kDa calcium oxalate monohydrate binding protein hours agoReplyRetweetFavorite
The OHFAre you an Organ Donor? Learn how YOU can help others by becoming one: #OHF #RareDisease2 days agoReplyRetweetFavorite
The OHFThe primary goal is to prevent or reduce the accumulation of calcium oxalate crystal formation in your kidneys. #OHF #RareDisease3 days agoReplyRetweetFavorite
The OHFThere is a ton of information to learn about Oxalosis and PH. You can start right at our website: #OHF #RareDisease3 days agoReplyRetweetFavorite
The OHFThe 4th Annual #OHF Summer Gala is coming up on June 4th!! Register today if you haven't already! #RareDisease5 days agoReplyRetweetFavorite


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