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We are currently working on the next issue of the Newsletter, where you can find latest news, updates and stories from the porphyria world.Our members, who made deductible charitable contributions, will receive the fresh issue.
The APF is able to maintain our physician and patient education programs and many other services because of your support. Since we do not receive government funding, we need your support and donations. Is your membership and contact information up to date? If you have moved, please update us with your current address. Be sure to send us your email address so you can receive the E-news.

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