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National Reye’s Syndrome Foundation, Inc.


Address

426 N. Lewis Street
P.O. Box 829
Bryan, OH 43506-0829

Phone

4196362679

Fax

4196369897

800 Number

8002337393

Email Address

nrsf@reyessyndrome.org

Description

The National Reye's Syndrome Foundation, Inc. (NRSF) is a voluntary, non-profit service organization dedicated to providing funding for basic research, awareness programs for the general public and the medical community, and emotional support and guidance for individuals with Reye’s syndrome and their families. Reye's syndrome is a rare disease that usually follows a viral infection, such as influenza or chicken pox, and is strongly associated with the use of salicylates (e.g., aspirin). It affects the liver and brain. Established in 1974, the National Reye's Syndrome Foundation promotes patient and family advocacy; provides appropriate referrals (e.g., to support groups); and offers a variety of educational and supportive information through its database, bulletins, fact sheets, brochures, audio-visual aids, and regular newsletter. Languages supported by the foundation include English, Spanish, Laotian, Cambodian, and Vietnamese.

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