[iframe iframe width=”350″ height=”196″ src=”//www.youtube.com/embed/nlBiQa43Gp0″ frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen] EXCITING NEWS: The AHC Foundation, in conjunction with Engauge Marketing, has developed our first Mission Video, to educate people about the disease, its impact on the individual and their families, and to emphasize… Read More
Thank you for all the great Reviews! We have earned our 2013 Great Non-Profit Badge.
From Lynn Egan: “In a week, I will travel to Rome to attend the “2nd Symposium on ATP1A3 in disease” on behalf of AHCF. I’m excited to be participating and hope to bring back information about new research… Read More
Dr. J. Koenderink The Alternating Hemiplegia of Childhood Foundation is pleased to announce a partnership with the AHC Association of Iceland to fund a grant to the Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Center, the Netherlands.
Dale Campos is a young man who participated in the 2012 AHCF Family meeting in San Francisco, fielding parents questions and describing what it’s like to have AHC. Now he has realized a dream of publishing a kid’s… Read More
As a Member Organization of NORD, AHCF has signed a letter to the House Ways & Means Committee and Senate Finance Committee opposing measures to reduce the tax credit as one of the incentives of the Orphan Drug… Read More
The AHCF Board is pleased to announce that we have awarded the following grant to Vanderbilt University
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A very generous donor who wishes to remain anonymous has given AHCF $169,000 to accelerate ongoing AHC research!
2013 July Newsletter Read about the latest news and activities from the Foundation and meet our newest member of the Medical Advisory Board, Dr Mary Zupanc.