The National Organization for Albinism and Hypopigmentation (NOAH) was founded in 1982 for the benefit of individuals and families with albinism and hypopigmentation. NOAH provides information and support, promotes public and professional education, and encourages research and research funding that will lead to improved diagnosis and treatment. The Organization has local chapters in some areas, and contact people in most states. NOAH is a nonprofit group, which receives its funding through membership fees, donations, and grants. NOAH conducts national and regional conferences.
NOAH distributes information bulletins about albinism. Quarterly publication: NOAH News (newsletter), information on bi-annual conferences, local events and resources.
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