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In Case You Missed It! – October 2018

In this month’s “In Case You Missed It,” we highlight some of the most important news and social media posts about the Hypersomnia Foundation, idiopathic hypersomnia, and other sleep disorders from the past 4-5 weeks. From a planned HF educational meeting in Seattle in June...

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In Case You Missed It! – September 2018

In case you missed it, here are highlights from our social media to keep you up-to-date! From HF board members raising hypersomnia awareness at the Myotonic Dystrophy Foundation Conference to an insightful commentary from a science writer living with IH, we’ve got you covered! A DAY...

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The Hypersomnia Foundation (HF) Conference in Baltimore Last Month Was an Amazing Experience!

Last month’s HF Conference in Baltimore was an amazing experience, for both attendees and presenters. The numbers speak for themselves: Almost 200 persons in attendance (including patients, their families and supporters, medical professionals and researchers, and pharmaceutical and other industry representatives) Over 15 presenters and...

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Hypersomnia Foundation’s Awareness Activities in Baltimore a Great Success!

The Hypersomnia Foundation (HF) and its Board have just completed a week of very successful events in Baltimore to raise awareness of idiopathic hypersomnia (IH). Isabelle Arnulf, MD, PhD Sorbonne University, Paris First, the HF held its #BeyondSleepy Conference on June 2-3, attracting nearly 200 attendees....

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Board Member Amy Haraden Speaks About Living with IH at SLEEP2 Conference

On June 3, 2017, Board Member Amy Haraden participated in a Patient Panel at the SLEEP2 (PCORI) Conference organized by Project Sleep. SLEEP2 is a project co-led by the University of Arizona, the Sleep Research Network, and Project Sleep and is funded by the Patient-Centered...

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