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Weaver Syndrome Network


Address

4357 153rd Avenue
SE
Belluvue, WA 98006 USA

Phone

4257475382

Fax

4252356225

Email Address

dpmayer@msn.com

Description

The Weaver Syndrome Network (WSN) is a voluntary advocacy organization dedicated to providing support and information to families and caregivers of individuals with Weaver syndrome. This is a rare disorder characterized by faster than normal physical growth and bone development, distinct facial abnormalities, and developmental delays. Established in 1995, as support for families with children having Weaver syndrome, the Weaver Syndrome Network is a grassroots organization committed to establishing a network for affected individuals and developing comprehensive information on treatment options. The group also makes recommendations for optimal education and physical and social development are also made by the group. The organization supports ongoing medical research to determine the underlying cause of Weaver syndrome.

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