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HESA is a volunteer-staffed organization and we are unable to address questions about HE/SREAT via email.  We cannot provide medical or treatment advice.  Please feel free to contact us via our Facebook groups, or through our Twitter account.

HESA’s primary Facebook group can be found at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/350034621868621/?ref=br_rs

HESA’s Twitter account can be found at: https://twitter.com/hesaonlineorg?lang=en

If you are experiencing an emergency, please contact your local emergency services. If your inquiry is of a medical nature, please contact your family physician or general practitioner for evaluation. HESA recommends finding an immunoneurologist if you suspect you have HE or other form of AE.

 

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The Encephalitis Society
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Encephalitis Global
"Encephalitis Global is a U.S.A. 501(c)(3) non-profit organization formed in 2005 as an alliance connecting encephalitis survivors and caregivers around the world."


Mark2Cure
Scientific literature is growing at a rate of more than 2 new articles every single minute. It is impossible for scientists to consume and understand the rapidly expanding ocean of biomedical literature. You can help biomedical researchers find the information they need to discover cures faster.


RareConnect.org
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RareDisesases.org
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Contact a Family
"For families with disabled children."


Madison's Foundation Provides information about rare diseases and connects parents whose children have the same rare disease.


NIH Health Hotline
Toll-free numbers from the National Library of Medicine's Health Hotlines Database.


HE Notebook - Wordpress Site
A great blog of an HE patient with a trove of information, personal stories, and links to medical studies.