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RE Children’s Project
The RE Children's Project is a nonprofit organization that funds collaborative research projects focused on Rasmussen syndrome among several research institutions. The Johns Hopkins Center for Pediatric Rasmussen Syndrome is an active member of this consortium and is committed to maintaining a leadership role to find better medical treatments and an eventual cure for Rasmussen Syndrome.
The Hemispherectomy Foundation is a nonprofit organization that was founded to provide emotional, financial, and educational support to individuals and their families who have undergone, or will undergo, a hemispherectomy or similar brain surgery.
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