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Cavernous Angioma

Angioma Alliance

(MULTILINGUAL) Online. Founded 2002. Support and information for any person affected by cavernous angioma of the brain and spine. Educational materials, support via a community forum, listserv, chats and contact information for research studies. Maintains tissue/DNA bank and patient registry. Site available in Spanish and (in a limited way) Portuguese. Hosts annual national family conference and scientific workshops for researchers. Works to increase physician and public awareness of the illness.
Website: http://www.angiomaalliance.org
Verified: 1/28/2011

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Last Updated: May 16, 2012
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