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Essential Tremor Resources

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IETF (International Essential Tremor Foundation)
P.O. Box 14005
Lenexa, Kansas 66285-4005
913-341-3880
FAX: 913-341-1296
Toll-free: 888-387-3667
The International Essential Tremor Foundation (IETF) was created to provide information, services, and support to individuals and families affected by essential tremor (ET). The organization encourages and promotes research in an effort to determine the causes, treatment, and, ultimately, the cure for ET. IETF is the only worldwide organization dedicated to meeting the needs of those whose daily lives are challenged by ET.

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Reviewed by Richard Senelick, MD on July 07, 2012

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