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The cool part? Every purchase makes a difference as 100% of the proceeds from our campaign go DIRECTLY towards funding #VSS research for a cure. We’re so grateful for all our amazing supporters in the #VS community. We’re in this together!
It’s time to cure Visual Snow Syndrome once and for all! You can join the entire VSI team in our efforts to raise money and awareness for #VisualSnow. With your contribution, we can help thousands of people of all ages from around the world who have this condition.
Let’s rally the Visual Snow community to achieve visibility and funding for a cure.
Become a part of our fundraising efforts by going to our donation page and/or sharing it with your family and friends today!
Together, we can get much-needed answers and solutions. On behalf of all those who have Visual Snow, we’re so grateful for you help! You can truly make a difference.
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Your donation, no matter the size, makes a big difference in the search for a cure. VSI’s focus is to raise awareness for Visual Snow Syndrome and provide an increased availability of research capital through global funding. We have partnered with experts around the world who are dedicated to helping our cause. Their fields of expertise include neuro-ophthalmology, ophthalmology, neuroscience, neurobiology, scientific research, and advanced technology. With your contribution, they gain the ability to collaborate on a global scale and work towards solutions that can help those suffering from this condition.
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Let’s work together to raise awareness and education for Visual Snow Syndrome within the medical community and amongst the public! Once both of these are firmly established, then we can get closer to solutions and importantly, a cure for those who need it most.