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Intracranial Hypertension Research Foundation
6517 Buena Vista Dr
Vancouver, WA 98661
The Intracranial Hypertension Research Foundation (IHRF) is a non-profit foundation involved in promoting, encouraging and facilitating progress through research in the understanding and management of chronic primary and secondary intracranial hypertension (IH). Chronic IH is a general name for the disorder in which the cerebrospinal fluid within the skull is too high. It often leads to loss of vision, several disabling headaches, and significant neurological difficulties. For patients, IHRF provides a support system, educational programs and communication tools. For physicians and scientists, IHRF sponsor research in basic and clinical sciences, education, training and patient care programs in the US and worldwide.
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