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American Heart Association
7272 Greenville Avenue
Dallas, Texas 75231
toll free heart information: 1-800-AHA-USA1
toll free stroke information: 1-888-4-STROKE
toll free women's health information: 1-888-MY HEART
e-mail: Stroke Connection
web: American Heart Association
The site features warning signs (heart attack & stroke), an easy-to-use heart and stroke reference guide, risk assessments, news, advocacy updates, science and political updates, volunteer opportunities, and more.
American Lung Association
NY, NY 10019
e-mail: email@example.com or Choose your best fit
web: American Lung Association
The mission of the American Lung Association is to prevent lung disease and promote lung health. The web site is filled with information, articles, newsletters, tips and more about asthma, allergies, air quality, lung disease etc.
Hepatitis B Foundation
700 East Butler Avenue
Doylestown, PA 18901-2697
voice: (215) 489-4900
web: Hepatitis B Foundation
A volunteer, non-profit organization, dedicated to the cause and cure of chronic hepatitis. They provide free information and referral services, coordinate education and awareness programs, and fund research labs searching for a cure.
Hepatitis Foundation International
30 Sunrise Terrace
Cedar Grove, NJ 07009-1423, USA
toll free: 800.891.0707
web: Hepatitis Foundation International
Hepatitis Foundation International seeks to increase awareness of the worldwide problem of viral hepatitis and to educate the public and healthcare providers about its prevention, diagnosis, and treatment. Their goal is renewed health for those afflicted, and a future free of the threat of viral hepatitis.
National Emphysema Foundation
web: National Emphysema Foundation