Dr. Peter Goadsby and colleagues, London, England

Fantastic job! You did it!

Our Crowdrise campaign for Visual Snow research resulted in donations from around the world. The Visual Snow Initiative team matched your donations.

In a recent press release, Dr. Goadsby expressed his gratitude to the Visual Snow community and the Visual Snow Initiative for donations that will aid in continued research:

“Without this support, our work would grind to a halt. Visual snow is highly disabling and yet vastly under-studied. We are working towards understanding the brain problem and thus the target for treatment. The VSI gift makes this possible and we are very grateful to all who contributed”
Dr. Peter Goadsby

See the full press release:
https://www.visualsnowinitiative.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/VSI-KingsPressRelease.pdf

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Date: March 12, 2019

 

To: The Visual Snow Community

 

From: The Visual Snow Initiative

 

To our Friends:

The VSI continues to work diligently with our team of scientists, doctors, software engineers, graphic designers and attorneys to provide a device that will reduce Visual Snow and related symptoms for some. Unfortunately, we will require a little more time to make final revisions.

The development of this project has been time consuming and expensive. We are not offering a cure right now, but a potential treatment. We ask for your patience and understanding while we try to make available the best possible resource that will provide relief for many dealing with Visual Snow.

We expect our launch date to be summer of 2019.

Thank you,

The VSI Team

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