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What is the NFCA?

The NFCA (Neurofibromatosis Clinics Association, Inc.) is a local, non-profit organization dedicated to serving people with NF and their families.  The NFCA acts as an information resource for health care professionals, patients and the general public.  Through various fundraising projects, the NFCA provides funding for research to find a cure for NF (Neurofibromatosis), and contributes financial aid to the NF Clinic in the Neurology Department at Children's Hospital.

Where can I get help?

SUPPORT GROUPS:
An NF social worker is available for individual, family, group support or consultation with school systems.  Please contact Sinikka Davis, MSW  at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh at (412) 692-6544 (voice mail) or (412) 795-3029.

For more information on visiting the NF Clinic, please visit the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center's NF Clinic.

For further information about joining the NFCA, call or write:

NEUROFIBROMATOSIS Clinics Association, Inc.
PO Box 14185
Pittsburgh, PA 15239
(412) 795-3029