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Boston Skyscraper Shines Purple and Gold for Millions Living With Neuropathy!

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                                Photo Credit: Michael A. Lewis

On Dec. 18th, 2014, the top of the Prudential Tower in Boston, MA lit up, purple and gold, for over 20 million people living with neuropathy. A few months ago, The Neuropathy Association was selected to be a part of the Shops at Prudential Center’s 2014 "31 Nights of Light" program. "31 Nights of Light" was created in 2009 as a way to bring awareness to participating nonprofit organizations during the month of December. Each night, the top of Prudential Tower is lit a different color in support of that night’s partner. Read more...

Association News

  • Most Read Neuropathy Articles in 2014!
  • December 18: Boston Skyscraper Shines Purple and Gold for Millions Living With Neuropathy!
  • December 13: "Your Neuropathy Experience Can Move Research Forward" Webinar Draws Hundreds
  • December 5: Your Advocacy Matters -- Urge the FDA to Give Neuropathy More Attention
  • November 12: "Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy" Facebook Chat
  • November 6: "TTR-FAP--The Link Between Neuropathy and Amyloidosis" Webinar
  • NEW! Millions of Cancer Survivors Suffer from Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy -- Infographic
  • The Neuropathy Association Celebrates "20,000 Likes" Milestone on Facebook!
  • NEW! The Latest Addition To Our Educational Toolkit -- A "Neuropathy" Brochure
  • October 22: "Autoimmune Neuropathies" Facebook Chat
  • September 17: "Rare Neuropathies: Getting Diagnosed, Getting Help" Facebook Chat
  • May 24: "Aches and Gains" Radio Show Puts Spotlight on Nerve Regeneration Research
  • May 23-25: Neuropathy PSA Appears on 2014 Indy 500 Jumbo-trons, Promotes Early Diagnosis
  • The Neuropathy Association Celebrates Another Social Media Milestone!
  • TAKE ACTION! Help Us Create Our 2014 Neuropathy Word Cloud
  • Our "Staying Active with Neuropathy" Facebook Chat Draws Several Hundred Participants
  • Neuropathy Seminar in NYC's Times Square -- Feb. 12th
  • The Neuropathy Association is the leading national non-profit organization serving the peripheral neuropathy community. We provide support and education, advocate for patients’ interests, and promote research into the causes of and cures for neuropathy.

    Peripheral Neuropathy is one of the most common chronic diseases in the U.S…over 20 million Americans have it. Peripheral neuropathy or “nerve damage” disrupts the body’s ability to communicate with its muscles, skin, joints, or internal organs.  Peripheral neuropathy can be compared to the body’s electrical wiring system breaking down, causing numbness, pain, weakness and poor coordination.

    Did you know that "neuropathy" is frequently misspelled by people searching for information about causes, symptoms and pain treatment online?  It's true!  Some of the most common misspellings we frequently see are neuropothy, nueropothy, neurophy, neuopathy, nuropathy, neurapathy, neurothopy, nueropothy, nuropothy, neoropathy, and neuropathy.

     

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