Meet The Team
The CAPA Team
We are a team of passionate girls who are working towards finding solutions to the disease that is now bothering 50% of India's women population, 'Anemia'.
Lack of awareness and the unavailability of right information has led to a staggering number of anaemia patients, especially in India. Studies show that small lifestyle changes and a healthy diet can reduce the numbers enormously.
We at CAPA want to help patients make well informed decisions as well as guide them throughout their anemia journey and lead India towards an
Types of Anemia
The most common types of Anemia
Iron deficiency anemia
In this condition fewer RBCs are produced due to the lack of iron. This can occur due to lack of iron in diet, heavy menstruation and frequent loss of blood.
Vitamin B12 deficiency anemia
Vitamin B12 is essential for the production of RBCs. If a person does not consume or absorb enough B12, their RBC count may be low.
This type of anemia happens when RBCs are destroyed faster than the body can produce new ones. A variety of conditions can cause this, such as autoimmune diseases, infections, bone marrow problems, and inherited conditions such as sickle cell disease and thalassemia.
This rare, life-threatening anemia occurs when your body doesn't produce enough red blood cells.It is most often a result of an autoimmune disease that damages stem cells. This occurs despite having normal iron levels
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