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Ledderhose disease

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Area Served: United Kingdom
Established: 2011
501(c)3 Nonprofit: Yes
Medical Advisory Board: Yes
Disease Support Organization
Last Updated: 8 Jun 2020
To improve the quality of life of people affected by Dupuytren's Disease, Ledderhose and Peyronie's and related conditions. To provide improved information and support to people affected by these conditions. To increase public awareness of these conditions, thereby promoting earlier diagnosing ...
Area Served: International
Established: 2008
501(c)3 Nonprofit: Yes
Medical Advisory Board: Yes
Disease Support Organization
Last Updated: 8 Jun 2020
VISION STATEMENT A future without Dupuytren disease. MISSION STATEMENT Our mission is to do whatever is needed to develop and test preventive treatments for Dupuytren disease and related conditions. Our core effort focuses on answering the greatest need in Dupuytren treatment: developing ...
Area Served: State
Established: 1987
501(c)3 Nonprofit: Yes
Medical Advisory Board: No
General Support Organization
Last Updated: 11 Jun 2019
We support children with special needs and their families by providing information, peer support, and education, and building partnerships with professionals and communities.
Area Served: United States
Established: 2009
501(c)3 Nonprofit: Yes
Medical Advisory Board: No
General Support Organization
Last Updated: 3 Jan 2019
To provide free information, advice and advocacy services to patients with chronic illnesses, in areas including health and disability insurance, Social Security disability, employment discrimination, school-based accommodations, and resource location.
Area Served: San Antonio
Established: 1982
501(c)3 Nonprofit: Yes
Medical Advisory Board: Yes
General Support Organization
Last Updated: 25 Jun 2019
The mission of Any Baby Can is to serve families with children and youth facing serious health or developmental challenges.
Area Served: United Kingdom
Established: 1979
501(c)3 Nonprofit: Yes
Medical Advisory Board: Yes
General Support Organization
Last Updated: 14 Jul 2020
Contact improves the lives of all families with disabled children. With them, we transform their lives, break down barriers and tackle disadvantage through ambitious, collaborative and innovative work. We make a real and lasting impact and are a force for ...
Area Served: Netherlands
Established: 2000
501(c)3 Nonprofit: Yes
Medical Advisory Board: No
General Support Organization
Last Updated: 26 May 2020
Through providing objective, reliable information the Erfocentrum supports people in making informed choices regarding their own health and the health of their children. The Erfocentrum also supports people in forming their own personal opinions about social and ethical aspects of ...
Area Served: Regional (United States)
Established: 1969
501(c)3 Nonprofit: Yes
Medical Advisory Board: No
General Support Organization
Last Updated: 3 Jul 2020
To improve services for all children with disabilities.
Area Served: United States
Established: 2010
501(c)3 Nonprofit: Yes
Medical Advisory Board: Yes
General Support Organization
Last Updated: 25 Nov 2019
The Foundation for Women & Girls with Blood Disorders works to ensure all women and girls with blood disorders are correctly diagnosed and optimally managed at every life stage. FWGBD: Raises awareness and educates key healthcare professionals Translates and disseminates information and ...
Area Served: International
Established: 1988
501(c)3 Nonprofit: Yes
Medical Advisory Board: Yes
General Support Organization
Last Updated: 20 Jul 2020
To help persons recently diagnosed with cancer and their loved ones navigate the path through diagnosis, treatment and recovery by pairing them with a trained survivor of a similar experience so they can face cancer with someone who's been there.