go blue and green on may 17
Every 3 days a child is born with NF in Australia, but they will need a lifetime of support.
Kids who have been diagnosed with NF often feel isolated, misunderstood and alone. In talking openly about the condition and how it affects someone can be the first step in building understanding and acceptance amongst peers.
With your support (and the support of your school) you can start a conversation that counts.
Ideas to help celebrate at school THIS MAY
REGISTER YOUR school fundraiser
SKIP ALL THAT. CREATE A FUNDRAISING PAGE
Neurofibromatosis (NF) is a complex, unpredictable and progressive genetic condition that causes tumours to form on nerves, under the skin and deep in the body.
NF can lead to a range of significant health issues such as deafness, blindness, physical differences, bone abnormalities, learning difficulties, itch, chronic pain and even cancer.
Learn more and download the factsheet.
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