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Intestinal Multiple Polyposis

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Intestinal Multiple Polyposis and Colorectal Cancer (IMPACC)

National network. Founded 1986. Support network to help patients and families dealing with familial polyposis and hereditary colon cancer. Information and referrals, encourages research, educates professionals and public. Phone support network, correspondence and literature.
Write:
IMPACC
P.O. Box 11
Conyngham, PA 18219
Voice: 570-788-1818 (day) or 570-788-3712 (eve.) / Ann Fagan
Fax: 570-788-4046
E-mail: pjfagan@epix.net
Verified: 1/9/2013

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Last Updated: February 25, 2014
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