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PostSubject: The IH Research Foundation And How You Can Help   Sat Mar 13, 2010 1:03 am

The IH Research Foundation Information

The IH Research Foundation was established in 2001 and is supported by Scientific Advisers. They are the only non-profit organisation in the world, who are completely dedicated to supporting research into Chronic IH. It is also an educational resource not just for medical professionals, but for patients and their families. Read their story and their compelling mission statement.

Support the IH Research Foundation by visiting their shop and

  • purchasing an awareness pin, or even a hope bracelet or tshirt.


  • sign up for their newsletter and keep up-to-date with how the patient conferences are doing.


  • sign up to the registry (you are eligible whatever age, gender and country)
    and help their research for causes and a cure.IH Registry



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