Press Releases

Anonymous Donation To Fund Further Research Into Cure For Rare Disorder Affecting 800 Worldwide

SAN FRANCISCO, July 9, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Due to a generous donation of $169,000 by a donor who wishes to remain anonymous, the Alternating Hemiplegia of Childhood Foundation (AHCF) will fund additional research through Vanderbilt University, bringing them closer to a cure for Alternating Hemiplegia of Childhood (AHC). (more…)

August 2, 2012 Press Release

Parents’ Passionate Efforts Help Researchers Identify Cause Of Rare Disorder Affecting 800 Worldwide

Grass roots, down-to-the-wire, against-all-odds victory Nov. 2010 in the Pepsi Refresh $250K grant contest leads to University research collaboration that identified the genetic cause of Alternating Hemiplegia of Childhood. The find gives parents new hope for a cure.

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Press Release March 22, 2012

A Million Strong to Cure This Rare Disease – Alternating Hemiplegia of Childhood (AHC)

Smart Online – PRNewswire

February 1, 2012 Press Release

Governor And Mayor Issue Proclamations For Alternating Hemiplegia Of Childhood Foundation

MMI Public Relations

February 2012 Press Release

Alternating Hemiplegia Of Childhood Foundation Launches 1 In A Million Campaign On Rare Disease Day

MMI Public Relations

January 31, 2012 Press Release

Alternating Hemiplegia of Childhood President Releases Podcast on Neurological disorder

MMI Public Relations

Vivint Contest Press Release

http://www.onlineprnews.com/news/150302-1309146889-family-hopes-to-win-250000-contest-to-fight-rare-childrens-disorder.html

December 6, 2010 Press Release

Children’s Videos Help To Win Online Grant To Research Rare Neurological Disease

PR Newswire

November 29, 2010 Press Release

Desperate Vote Needed For Final Push to Help Win Crucial Pepsi Grant To Help Cure Rare Disease

Breitbart

CBS

November 22, 2010 Press Release

Family Desperate For Votes Seeks Grant to Fund Research For Young Child With Rare Disorder