To move our knowledge of NF forward many people are needed to participate in research.
There are many ways to participate in neurofibromatosis research. Some may be more invasive such as a clinical trial testing a medication. Some may simply involve answering questions or letting a researcher examine you and follow your case. Some research may provide the benefit of extra care and expertise and may provide vital testing such as MRIs at no cost to the patient. All research advances our understanding of neurofibromatosis to lead to better treatments, more knowledge of how a patient may be affected, and to an eventual cure.
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Just wanted to say Friday night and Saturday were very much worth the 301 miles we drove, and the best meeting we have attended anywhere considering our NF2 interests. Of course doctors Marco Giovannani and Bradley Welling were responsible for the in depth knowledge and understandings we acquired. And Matt Hay’s account of his Ironman achievement was an inspiration for all. Our thanks to all on your team who helped with the planning.
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