The Foundation for Peripheral Neuropathy
strives to cure painful neuropathies through
collaborative research, education, and
treatment. This Research Registry will
facilitate both basic and clinical research
studies that are expected to improve
understandings of the etiology and pathogenesis
of PN. Ultimately, the major goal of the
Registry is to improve the ability to diagnose,
treat and prevent peripheral neuropathy.
Neuropathy Association (WNA) is a
non-profit, all-volunteer organization,
committed to assisting those suffering from
peripheral neuropathy by providing them hope
through caring, support, research, education,
The International Neuropathy Association (I.N.A.)
is dedicated to the progress
and research of Peripheral Neuropathy conditions
that empower doctors with the BEST educational
tools utilizing non-invasive technology to
provide the BEST patient outcomes.
The American Neuromuscular Foundation (ANF)
is a nonprofit organization dedicated to
STRENGTHENING the global effort to CURE
neuromuscular disease. The ANF funds important
research and helps support education through
awards and fellowship funding. 100% of your
donation will be used to support these
Diabetes In Control. "The finding not only provides a basis for
understanding the dangerous nerve condition in
diabetics, but could eventually lead to a
treatment for this problem, said Dr. Lawrence
Chan, chief of diabetes, endocrinology and
metabolism at BCM. It may even provide an
explanation for some of the other complications
associated with the disease."
Peripheral Neuropathy Among Automotive
Technicians --- California, 1999--2000 In December 1998, the California Department
of Health Services (CDHS) received a report from
an occupational-medicine physician of a patient
with peripheral neuropathy associated with
occupational exposure to n-hexane at an
automotive repair facility.
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medical center. Peripheral neuropathy is common,
partly because this term refers to so many
conditions. About 2.4% of people globally have a
form of peripheral neuropathy. Among people 45
and older, that percentage rises to between 5%
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Neuropathy Action Foundation (NAF) is
a non profit group dedicated to ensuring
neuropathy patients obtain the necessary
resources, information and tools to access
individualized treatment to improve their
quality of life. The NAF increases awareness
among providers, the general public and public
policy officials that neuropathy can potentially
be a serious, widespread and disabling
condition, which may be treatable when
appropriate medical care is provided.
Peripheral Nerve Society is an
international non-profit organization of
scientists, physicians, and other healthcare
providers working together to investigate and
treat diseases of the peripheral nervous system.
We support basic and clinical research,
education, and standards of care in cooperation
with patients and those developing treatments.
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