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Welcome to MitoAction

MitoAction’s mission is to improve the quality of life for children, adults, and families living with mitochondrial disease through support, education, outreach, advocacy, clinical research initiatives and by granting wishes for children affected by mitochondrial disease. We strive to make a measurable impact in the lives of those who are affected by mitochondrial disease.

Support

Providing families, patients, and caregivers opportunities to connect with others who share common experiences with mitochondrial disease.

Educate

Increasing the understanding of mitochondrial disesase by providing access to the most up-to-date and accurate information available.

Advocate

Empowering the mitochondrial disease community with the tools needed to let their voices be heard for their individual healthcare needs.

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Our Impact at a Glance

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plus Mito411 Support Calls logged in 2019

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years serving families facing the daily struggles of mitochondrial disease

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plus mito kids sent to summer camp since 2009

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Join MitoAction and Dr. Mark Korson from VMP Genetics, as he discusses sick days, navigating the ER as a patient, and the importance/challenges of protocol letters within the mitochondrial disease community.
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Join MitoAction and Dr. Mark Korson from VMP Genetics, as he discusses sick days, navigating the ER as a patient, and the importance/challenges of protocol letters within the mitochondrial disease community.
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We are excited to welcome back Dr. Jerry Vockley as a speaker at this year’s International Metabolic Conference! To stay up to date on conference details, visit https://www.mitoaction.org/internationalmetabolicconference/

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