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NOAH (National Organization for Albinism and Hypopigmentation)

National. Local chapters and contact people. Founded 1982. Support and information for individuals, families and professionals dealing with albinism (a lack of melanin pigment). Encourages research leading to improved diagnosis and treatment. Quarterly magazine, chapter development guidelines, national conference, family summer camp, online community and regional gatherings. Dues $30 (US); $50 (International) and $40 (Professional).
Write:
N.O.A.H.
P.O. Box 959
East Hempstead, NH 03826-0959
Voice: 1-800-473-2310 or 603-887-2310
Fax: 1-800-648-2310
Website: http://www.albinism.org
E-mail: info@albinism.org
Verified: 8/13/2013

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