Five Tower Bridge
300 Barr Harbor Drive, Suite 600
West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2984
The Macula Vision Research Foundation's web site is a site for people with macular degeneration, and people who care about people with macular degeneration. They provide support and public education about the disease and support to those suffering from macular degeneration.
655 Beach Street
San Francisco, California
AAO is an organization in which approximately 90% of all US ophthalmologists are members. The Academy is a leading source of information about eye care with the public and the media. It serves the educational and professional needs of ophthalmologists while building the global ophthalmic community through leadership, development of information resources and networking.
The Association for Macular Disease, Inc. is an entirely volunteer, not-for-profit corporation. They are a national support group, solely concerned with the problems of individuals and families who are endeavoring to cope with both the practical and emotional problems brought about by macular degeneration.
The Juvenile Diabetes Foundation (JDF) International was founded in 1970 by parents of children with diabetes. Their mission: to find a cure for the disease within their children's lifetime through the support of research. Commitment to this mission by JDF will be more than $55 million this year, for a cumulative total of over $340 million-more money for diabetes research than any other nonprofit, nongovernmental health agency in the world. (See About JDF for more information.)
The Diabetes Association of Greater Cleveland serves the community as an advocate in the management, prevention, and cure of diabetes.
Since 1954, the Diabetes Association of Greater Cleveland (DAGC) has served Northeast Ohio as the primary source of education, research and advocacy for the prevention and treatment of diabetes. As a local and independent organization, not affiliated with any national group, DAGC is fighting the growing diabetes epidemic within its own community.