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Cystinosis Foundation - Founded in 1983 - Serving Families for Over 25 Years - The ORIGINAL Cystinosis Foundation. We are a non-profit organization, with more than 25 years of International experience in supporting and educating families and the medical community through the dissemination of educational literature, funding research, and annual conferences.

Country:, North America, US

City: -111.8906 Arizona, United States

  • Amazon Customer - just dance

    My first shopping experience from Amazon(US),is awesome,the price was good,I have a better feeling than shopping on TB. The game is perfect for party with friends,40 songs enough for me,is you want more,better try the gold edition.

  • Ashley - Very soft and great quality!

    I have a Pottery Barn Kids bassinet that has been traded around for several babies of friends and family. I wanted to get new sheets but didn't want to pay premium prices at Pottery Barn for simple sheets. I ordered this set and was pleasantly surprised. They fit on the Pottery Barn mattress perfectly. I actually found them to be better quality that the sheet I had from Pottery Barn---they were much thicker and softer. The fabric is a medium weight flannel and the white color matches the bassinet bedding (skirt/bumper,etc). I also found it handy to have a pack of two, so I could have an extra to use when the other was in the washer.

  • Hoonerific - Potentially toxic Snake Oil scam! Do not buy!

    I bought into the reviews here and bought this product, hoping it could help with tonsil stones. Looking closer though the labeling doesn't seem to adhere to FDA standards, and there is no specified active ingredient. It consists only of water, flavoring, a couple homeopathic oils, and what they identify vaguely as "proprietary ClO2", which is presumably is regular chlorine dioxide rather than chloryl or chorite. There is very limited information on safe levels of exposure to CLO2, as it is a highly toxic chlorine compound, more commonly used in industrial water treatment applications (where it is chemically removed from the water, rather than left in it.) In any case, while the effectiveness of chlorine dioxide in treating bad breath is disputable, and not FDA-approved, Therabreath does not specify the amount their product contains, or any other useful data about the supposed method of action for their product.

  • Nita L. - Bald spot coming to a end

    I love this product, the cream is so thick I use it three time. A week on my problems spot and it's keep my hair moisturize for days. Would I recommend this product yes

  • Amazon Customer - she loved it. It looks softer than it really is

    Bought this for our granddaughter, she loved it. It looks softer than it really is, but all in all, not too bad.