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Welcome to AlphaNet

Alphas & Families

Learn how you can live a healthier life for you and your family.



Get the inside scoop on all you need to know about managing your condition.



Meet our team of Alphas.
They are the Coordinators
serving you.

REACH Program


Tools to stay healthy for Alphas
not receiving augmentation

In Memory of Kay Swift

Kathryn (Kay) Ruth Swift, 70, of Rolla, Missouri passed away February 22, 2018, at Barnes Jewish Hospital in St. Louis.  Kay joined AlphaNet in 1999 as an AlphaNet Coordinator and worked for the organization for over 18 years.  “Kay was a valued, loyal, and dedicated AlphaNet Coordinator who truly loved her Alphas and they loved her.  She often spent her own vacation time visiting with the Alphas she served. She saw them all as her family,” General Manager Jim Quill said.

Kay was diagnosed with Alpha-1 in 1994.  Prior to working at AlphaNet, Kay worked as an office manager/personnel director for a not-for-profit research and development organization in Laramie, WY.  Kay was active in support groups in several states and helped connect Alphas together.

Kay is survived by her husband James, her four children and three step children, as well as fourteen grandchildren and two great grandchildren.

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