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Trusted Research Sources


  1. Wiley Online Library
  2. PubMed
  3. Clinical Trials
  4. New England Journal of Medicine
  5. Medical News Today
  6. NIH - National Institute of Health
  7. Acoustic Neuroma Association
  8. National Center for Biotechnology Info.
  9. US - National Library of Medicine
  10. National Institute of Neurological Disorders & Stroke
  11. NexGenix
  12. Dolan DNA Learning Center
  13. American Brain Tumor Association
  14. National Organization for Rare Disorders
  15. Center for NF and Allied Disorders
  16. National Center for Alternative Medicine
  17. National Cancer Institute
  18. American Journal of Pathology
  19. Paralysis Research Today
  20. UK Pubmed Central
  21. Web MD

For Neurofibromatosis Type 2 (NF2) it is important to obtain information from; 1) recent trusted sources, 2) not just information based on personal experiences, or 3) fact bias websites selling or promoting products can easily result in confusion and choice that may have life threatening consequences.

  1. Trusted Sources/New Material: Thanks to science developments understanding more about NF2, technology for treatment refinement, and opportunities for another year to monitor long term results on treatments, help improve and change what doctors may say about different things that can help.

  2. Personal Experiences: One thing that has been proven about NF2 is variability of health issues past the hallmark development of Bilateral Vestibular Schwannoma (VS).

  3. Fact Bias/Sales