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American Behçet’s Disease Association


Address

PO Box 80576
Rochester, MI 48308 USA

Phone

631-656-0537

Fax

480-247-5377

800 Number

800-723-4238

Email Address

mgiannitelli@behcets.com

Description

The American Behçet's Disease Association (ABDA) is a voluntary, non-profit organization whose mission is to provide support and information to people with Behçet's Disease and their families and to educate the medical community about Behçet's Disease. Through education, support, research and fundraising, the American Behçet's Disease Association is working to find a cure and to promote awareness and understanding of Behçet's Disease. Through its website and national medical conferences, the ABDA is educating patients and the medical field about this rare disease. Through fund raising events and personal donations, the ABDA is working toward funding research on this rare autoimmune disease that affects men, women and children of all backgrounds. Behçet's syndrome is a rare chronic relapsing inflammatory disorder characterized by recurrent mouth ulcers, inflammation of the eyes, genital ulcers, rashes, and/or other symptoms.

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