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MAGIC Foundation

a/k/a: MAGIC

Address

6645 W. North Avenue
Oak Park, IL 60302

Phone

708-383-0808

Fax

708-383-0899

800 Number

800-362-4423

TDD

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Email Address

mary@magicfoundation.org

Chapters

11

Website

http://www.magicfoundation.org

The MAGIC Foundation is a national, non-profit organization dedicated to helping children and adults with growth-related disorders. Established in 1989, it provides services that include public education and awareness, quarterly newsletters, national networking, an annual convention, disorder specific brochures, and a Kids Program. Its current divisions include growth hormone deficiency, Russell Silver syndrome, McCune Albright syndrome, congenital adrenal hyperplasia, precocious puberty, Turner syndrome, septo optic dysplasia, panhypopituitarism, adult growth hormone deficiency, genital and reproductive anomalies in children and rare disorders. Educational materials produced by the foundation include general brochures, a networking form, disorder specific brochures, and a video entitled Just Say Yes to growth hormone.

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