Vulvar Vestibulitis Support Network

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Important Survey from NVA! June 11, 2013

Dear NVA Friend,

 

Over the last decade, there has been a growing recognition of the important role that patients play in guiding the research and development of new treatments for various disorders, including vulvodynia. 
 
Currently, the NVA has several opportunities to communicate the experiences, needs and preferences of women and girls with vulvodynia to federal health agency directors and biomedical industry leaders, and we’d appreciate your help. If you are a woman or girl who has been diagnosed with vulvodynia and has tried at least one therapy, please take 5-10 minutes to complete a brief survey about your treatment experiences and what you consider to be most important in developing new and effective treatments for the disorder.
 
The collected information will be used solely for awareness and educational purposes, and your contact information will not be shared.

  

To complete the brief survey, please visit: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/3YZ3VTP.

 

Thank you in advance!

 

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Christin Veasley

NVA Executive Director

 

 

 
Contact Us
 National Vulvodynia Association
PO Box 4491, Silver Spring, MD 20914-4491
301-949-5114 (phone) | 301-299-3999 (fax) | www.nva.org 
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Your support of the NVA’s mission is vital. Founded in 1994, the NVA is the only non-profit organization that serves women and girls affected by vulvodynia, medical professionals who care for sufferers, and scientists who conduct research on the disorder. The organizationdirectly funds critical vulvodynia research, advocates for increased federal funding of vulvodynia research and awareness programs, supports the establishment of vulvar pain clinics, fosters the professional growth of those dedicated to the care and/or research of vulvodynia, develops educational programs for patients and medical professionals, provides supportive services to affected women and works to increase public awareness of vulvodynia. To make a 100% tax-deductible donation, please visit https://www.nva.org/join_ donate_renew.html . For more information, please visit www.nva.org.