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Our Mission

The Center has three interrelated missions: educating the public and healthcare professionals, providing state-of-the-art treatment for patients with peripheral neuropathy, and identifying causes and cures through basic and clinical research.

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Every donation to the Center helps provide the resources to fight peripheral neuropathy. Please donate today.

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Peripheral Neuropathy

PN is actually a series of disorders that are caused by damage to the body¹s peripheral nervous system. These disorders can result in pain, numbness or muscle weakness. There are many types of PN, with a variety of causes. This web site is designed to provide information concerning these disorders, as well the efforts that the Center is taking to combat them.

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