Information and support for patients, carers and clinicians dealing with Neuromyelitis Optica (NMO).
The NMO resources app was developed by the US-based rare disease charity, the Guthy-Jackson Charitable Foundation.
The app acts as a core source of information and support on the autoimmune disease Neuromyelitis Optica (NMO), originally known as Devic’s Disease.
The app enables users to:
“Get the NMO basics with the latest in NMO information, videos, and answers to frequently asked questions.
Learn more about the latest scientific and medical insights into adult and pediatric disease, imaging, laboratory tests, and potential relationships of NMO/SD to other autoimmune diseases.
The NMO video library includes patient stories, questions about NMO, seminars from our NMO Roundtables, and more.
Stay up-to-date with access to fresh peer-reviewed research that have been made available and open-source.
Learn more about clinical trials, including how to participate.
Keep all of your NMO related notes and thoughts in one place.
Connect with all the NMO support groups that meet in person as well as online or through telecons.
Everything you need to help us with blood samples and/or clinical data donations for our Biorepository. Blood samples and clinical data are vital for NMO research.
Learn more about The Guthy-Jackson Charitable Foundation and connect with us on social media.
Browse this organized database of over 200 doctors with awareness and experience in NMO.
Access our popular patient resource guide.
In addition to native VoiceOver ability, you can modify font size and font thickness with accessibility settings.”
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