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Patient support groups also offer information about clinical trials.
NINDS Disorders is an index of neurological conditions provided by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke. This valuable tool offers detailed descriptions, facts on treatment and prognosis, and patient organization contact information for over 500 identified neurological disorders.
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Works to educate target population about genetic screening available for Canavan disease and other Jewish genetic diseases, and supports research to find a treatment and cure for Canavan disease.
All volunteer non-profit organization that funds research leading to treatments and or a cure for diseases of the brain. Currently funds research in gene therapy, stem cell therapy, and metabolic approaches. Offers information and sponsors parent support programs.
Non-profit organization that funds research, works to raise public awareness, and offers services in support of families affected by Canavan disease.
International coalition representing 600 consumer and professional organizations. Supports individuals and families with genetic conditions; educates the public; and advocates for consumer-informed public policies.
The mission of the National Tay-Sachs & Allied Diseases Association is to lead the fight to treat and cure Tay-Sachs, Canavan and related genetic diseases and to support affected families and individuals in leading fuller lives.
Nonprofit voluntary health organization dedicated to providing patients and their families with information; assistance in identifying sources of medical care, social services, and genetic counseling; establishing a communication network among families; increasing public awareness, and acting as an information source for health care providers. Promotes supports research into causes, treatments, and prevention of the leukodystrophies.
Jacob's Cure is a non-profit foundation dedicated to raising the funds necessary to curing Canavan disease, a fatal genetic neurological disorder that affects children at birth. Since its inception in September 2000, Jacob's Cure allocates monies raised to research in gene-therapy, stem cell transplantation, pharmacological approaches and basic science in understanding Canavan disease.