Think Again. Think NPC is an international campaign to improve diagnosis of Niemann-Pick type C disease (NPC), by raising awareness of the signs and symptoms of the disease amongst healthcare professionals unfamiliar with the condition. This is a project co-ordinated by the International Niemann-Pick Disease Alliance.
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