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Essential Tremor Resources

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Ear Anomalies

Online. 1700+ members. Listserv for people, and parents of children, with aural atresia and/or microtia. Issues addressed include emotional support, hearing aids, ear reconstruction and insurance. Website: http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/atresiamicrotia E-mail: AtresiaMicrotia-owner@yahoogroups.org Verified: 1/12/2011

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IETF (International Essential Tremor Foundation)
The International Essential Tremor Foundation 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.

WE MOVE
The WE MOVE Web Site is the Internet's most comprehensive resource for movement disorder information and the hub of movement disorder activities on the Web.

The Parkinson's Institute
The Parkinson's Institute is an independent, not-for-profit organization conducting patient care and research activities in the neurological specialty area of movement disorders. Their mission is to find the cause and cure for these disorders, to investigate better treatment and diagnostic tools, and to develop prevention strategies. Doctors at the Institute focus solely on movement disorders; in fact, the Institute was founded to provide patient services and carry out medical research for these difficult diseases.

eMedicine World Medical Library
eMedicine is the first online, peer-reviewed medical reference source designed specifically for use on the Web. It is the largest single authoring project ever created. With updates 24/7, you are assured of finding only the most current, clinically relevant information.

 

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Reviewed by Richard Senelick, MD on July 07, 2012

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