www.nf2is.org owned by NF2 Information and Services, Inc. EIN# 46-3767757. NF2 Information and Services has been a corporation since September 2013 and a charity under section 501(c) (3), as a Public Charity Status of 509(a) (2) since July 2014. The organization is dedicated to the education of Neurofibromatosis Type 2 (NF2) health issues and treatments. Charitable funds raised will go to: support and education, print and online Educational Material, medical center education and research.
There is no cure for NF2, but the constant advances in medical development today have only recently started to be truly helpful managing some of the symptoms that patients with NF2 endure. We, as an NF community, need to be aware of how to find NF2 specialists and the newest available treatments and procedures to consult doctors about. We endeavor to thus improve our quality of life.
NF2 Information and Services is dedicated to helping people with NF2 who are looking to learn and find the information and services needed to live better, feel better and do better as they deal with their NF2 issues.
Volunteers for 'NF2 Information and Services' help towards education efforts to raise awareness of health issues, treatment options, disability options, and government services. The charity is designed to help as an unbiased source of information for medical facts since the charity has no advantage of supporting any treatment for financial gain.NF2 Information and Services, Inc.
Research on up to date information for Treatment Pros, Cons, and Options for:
NF2 Information and Services is not just a website, a book or series of books, but an organization that was formed to help guarantee people with NF2 can get better medical help with information known now. We want to make it possible to find doctors will know what NF2 is and how to manage it correctly. There is no cure, but there are treatments that can help us now, things very few doctors are aware of.
NF2 Information and Services is looking for ways to guarante doctors understand NF2 and the possible options to help patients better, with: