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What are some mitochondrial disorder support groups in existence?

What are some mitochondrial disorder support groups in existence?

Look online: Since mitochondrial disorders are still considered rare disease entities, support groups at a local level would be very dificult to find. I suggest you go online to some of the big centers in the us who deal with the diagnosis and treatment of these disorders (ie. Children's hospital of philidelphia, cleveland clinic) and see if they have online support groups and parental geoups. ...Read more

Dr. Andrew Reeves
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Epileptic Seizures (Definition)

Epileptic seizures. Per Mayo Clinic "Epilepsy is a central nervous system disorder (neurological disorder) in which nerve cell activity in the brain becomes disrupted, causing seizures or periods of unusual behavior, sensations and sometimes loss of ...Read more


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Know of enucleation online support groups?

Know of enucleation online support groups?

Ocularist: An artificial eye maker is termed ocularist. They would have contact with enucleation support groups so ask you eye maker about this. ...Read more

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Any support groups for pertussis?

Why?: You don't usually need a support group for an acute infection that you recover from. Support groups are for people with chronic infections. And if everyone got vaccinated, there would be no pertussis. ...Read more

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What are some reputable support groups for incest survivors?

Two 12 Step groups: You might want to consider attending a meeting of survivors of incest anonymous (sia) and/or incest survivors anonymous (isa) the most important difference is that anyone who has been a perpetrator is asked not to attend isa even if the perpetrator was also a victim of incest. ...Read more

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Are there support groups for blind vets?

Are there support groups for blind vets?

Yes: Check with your va and with the organization 'disabled american veterans' for help and support. Your local organizations for the blind and poorly sighted can also help. ...Read more

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Are there rsd-reflex sympathetic dystrophy support groups?

Careful w groups: See my other answers on rsd, support groups can be a good way to talk to others who have the same disease as you, be careful of bias and opinions. Some groups have a group think mentality that can lock you in to a mind set and lead you away from some therapies that may completely reverse most of you pain. ...Read more

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Are there support groups for drug addiction?

Are there support groups for drug addiction?

Yes: You can go to the nearest 12 step program and pick a sponsor who had similar issues as yours. ...Read more

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Where can I find caregiver support groups?

NAMI: Contact local chapter of national alliance of mental illness and they will help. ...Read more

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What are some less religious family support groups for loved ones with drug addiction?

12 steps: I love 12 step programs - the neutral one is positive anonymous 12 step program - any 12 step program would work. ...Read more

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Are there online support groups for juvenile retinoschisis or enucleation?

Www.losteye.com: www.losteye.com is a valuable online support resource. There are many other groups which can be found my searching "enucleation support group" on a google search. ...Read more

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Are there support groups for people with tinnitus?

Are there support groups for people with tinnitus?

Yes, Brookline is : close to many. See the American Tinnitus Association, www.ata.org/support. Clinics include Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, www.bidmc.org/YourHealth/Conditions-AZ.aspx?ChunkID=11504, Mass. Eye & Ear, www.masseyeandear.org/for-patients/patient-guide/patient-education/diseases-and-conditions/tinnitus/ & Mario Hearing Clinics, www.mariohearingclinics.com/tinnitus-retraining-therapy. ...Read more

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What organizations support disabled children?

What organizations support disabled children?

UCP: United cerebral palsy is a great resource central and help all children with disabilities, not just cerebral palsy. They would be a great resource for you and your child. ...Read more

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Is there support groups for anxiety. And depression. In chicago ill?

Is there support groups for anxiety. And depression. In chicago ill?

Sure there are: Chicago's a big town with lots if resources. I would go online to the site for: nami, which is the national alliance for the mentally ill, to see if there is a group they can recommend you attend. Also, most community mental health centers offer group therapy. Good luck. ...Read more

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Are there support groups for pick's disease?

See below: These websites below might serve as a starting point. Good luck! http://www.Ftdsg.Org/index.Htm__ http://www.Theaftd.Org/. ...Read more

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Chronic pain support groups?

Chronic pain  support groups?

See below: Here are some websites. I hope you find some relief! http://www.Theacpa.Org/33/supportgroups.Aspx http://chronic-pain.Supportgroups.Com/ http://www.Dailystrength.Org/c/chronic-pain/support-group. ...Read more

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Are there support groups for people with pancreatic cancer?

Are there support groups for people with pancreatic cancer?

PANCAN: The best group out there is the pancreatic cancer action network, aka pancan. Their liason program connects people with experience with pancreatic cancer with those seeking more information. www.pancan.org. ...Read more

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Dr. Jeffrey Roth
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Support Groups (Definition)

For information, resources, and support on specific diseases and conditions, see the links below. Additional local and national support groups can be found on the web, through local libraries, your health care provider, and the yellow pages ...Read more


Dr. Andrew Reeves
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Epilepsy (Definition)

A neurological disorder where nerve cells of the brain are injured, epilepsy results in seizures that range from nearly undetectable to extremely vigorous. Causes of epilepsy include genetics, head trauma, prenatal ...Read more