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Foundation for Blood Research

a/k/a: FBR

Address

P.O. Box 190, 8 Science Park Road
Scarborough, ME 04070-0190
USA

Phone

207-883-4131

Fax

207-885-0807

800 Number

800-639-8605

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Email Address

fbrinfo@fbr.org

Website

http://www.fbr.org

The Foundation for Blood Research (FBR) is a non-profit medical research and education institute employing biostatistical, laboratory, public health, and education experts. Established in 1977, the foundation is committed to determining more effective ways to identify, manage, and prevent human disease through clinical and laboratory investigation, the study of disease incidence and prevalence (epidemiology), scientific educational outreach programs, computer-based analyses, public health program design, and clinical testing. Its mission is to develop and improve laboratory tests as a way to help physicians identify, treat, and, when possible, prevent illness.

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