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Beth Boyce
Love life and live the dash
Love life and live the dash

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Two minutes of awareness -- A brief media video shedding light on idiopathic hypersomnia, a Gaba related primary central nervous system hypersomnia. 

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Finding doctors that understand is getting easier.
Have you seen our Health Care Provider Directory yet?  This resource was just released at the #HFConference2015 and allows people to search for Health Care Providers who treat people with #idiopathichypersomnia #narcolepsy and #KLS by state.  Check it out!

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So much gratitude for this exciting news - Raising awareness,  expanding education, and providing support and hope.

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The Hypersomnia Foundation is excited to announce the opening of our Hypersomnia Awareness T-shirt store!

We have 5 different styles for sale.

You can ship to your home (for a flat rate per T-shirt), or pick up for free at the conference.

Pre-order now to guarantee your T-shirt(s) will be awaiting your pick-up at the conference.

All pre-orders are due by Monday July 6th.  Any orders made after Monday July 6th are subject to a very limited supply.

100% of proceeds support the Hypersomnia Foundation's mission to improve the lives of people with hypersomnia by advocating on their behalf, providing support, educating the public and healthcare professionals, raising awareness, and funding research into effective treatments, better diagnostic tools, and, ultimately, a cure for these debilitating conditions.

**Please note that a very limited amount of T-shirt styles and sizes will be on sale at the conference.  To guarantee you get the style and size you want, be sure to pre-order by Monday!

See you at the conference! 

#HF   #hypersomnia   #2015HFConference  
Hypersomnia Awareness T-shirts
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As a mom, I have often been proud of my children but I have to admit, I never realized that someday I would feel such pride and be beaming from ear to ear for my doctor and his associates at Emory Sleep Center. I mean I really appreciate them but this is huge, adds validity and paves the way to greater understanding. Kudos indeed to Dr. Rye (my neurologist) and Dr. Trotti as well as that lab rat of a researcher, Dr. Jenkins (and no doubt some other associates, too). Hope is alive for people with primary hypersomnia everywhere ;) This is better than fantastic -- a Multi-Million-Dollar Grant from the National Institutes of Health. Can you see me doing my happy dance?!?

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Awareness, education, and camaraderie...learn more about the opportunity on #SnoozeTV and at 

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I would so pay for this concert!
my laugh muscles are going to look hot ;)
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