Kiwanis Neuroscience Research Foundation
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The Kiwanis Neuroscience Research Foundation is the Illinois-Eastern Iowa District Project. It was organized in 1952 with the purpose to provide financial grants to top-level scientists and doctors who research spastic paralysis and other diseases of the central nervous system. Spastic paralysis is a chronic pathological condition in which the muscles are affected by persistent spasms and extreme tendon reflexes due to damage to motor nerves of the central nervous system. This disease (along with many others) is in need of further research in order to find a cure, and Key Club is lending a helping hand so that more information about spastic paralysis can be explored. Your contributions are the backbone for Key Club’s efforts, as becoming more involved with the Kiwanis Neuroscience Research Foundation impacts the lives of so many. Please consider donating a sum in support of the researchers who are pushing to find a cure for spastic paralysis. Click here to donate today.