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PostSubject: Fundraising For The IH Research Foundation USA   Thu Mar 31, 2011 6:46 pm



IIH FUNDRAISING - THE IH RESEARCH FOUNDATION
If you aren't sure how you can help the IH Research Foundation by fundraising, there are a lot of recommended suggestions on the IH Brain Pain Team website.

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The IH Registry is international in scope with more than 1800 enrollees from 26 countries, including the UK. It is open to any patient with a confirmed diagnosis of idiopathic or secondary intracranial hypertension, regardless of nationality or country of residence. Any qualified physician researcher or basic researcher from any country in the world is invited to use and receive de-identified medical data once we confirm qualifications and receive IRB approval for the research project. We communicate with physicians and researchers globally. We welcome collaboration with researchers from any country. There is no US law or legal restriction preventing global medical research.IHRF

You can find more information on how you can help the IH Research Foundation by visiting their website, which you can find here. Partnership Deals
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