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|| Hunter's Hope Foundation Description: Formed in honor of infant son, Hunter, who was diagnosed with Krabbe disease (Globoid-Cell Leukodystrophy). Supports research on this and other leukodystrophies. Includes disease information, family registry, and other resources. (huntershope.org)|
| Krabbe Disease Description: A short information sheet compiled by NINDS, the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke. (ninds.nih.gov)|
| Krabbe's Family Network Description: The area most affected by this is the central nervous system. The CNS controls such things as Breathing, body temperature, and all other automatic body functions are controlled by the CNS. There are two types of Krabbe's. Most common is the infantile form. The second type affects children and adults. (krabbes.net)|
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