The MAGIC Foundation has a referral database which allows us to help others find Endocrinologists in their area. Many of the specialists in our database are based on personal family recommendations. As of now our list mainly consists of Endocrinologists but we are working on building referral lists for other specialties as well.
IF YOU HAVE A SPECIALIST YOU WOULD LIKE TO REFER TO MAGIC, PLEASE CLICK HERE
IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A REFERRAL TO AN ENDOCRINOLOGIST, PLEASE CLICK HERE
MAGIC Foundation publishes brochures on a number of endocrine disorders. These brochures are written by globally recognized thought leaders and researchers on each topic. As new information evolves on a specific disorder our brochures are updated and published here. Please keep in mind that while these brochures contain a multitude of information on specific disorders, that endocrine disorders can be very complex. You should seek the help of a medical professional at all times. These brochures are for your information and education and in no way should be construed as medical advice.
One Free Complimentary Set of Brochures (Limit: one set each to non-member physicians by U.S. Mail as available.)
You may obtain multiple brochures in several ways:
Click on the title of the Brochure (below). It will open a PDF file. Print the brochure right now! Feel free to save the file for future printing needs.
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The MAGIC Foundation
4200 Cantera Dr., Suite 106
Warrenville, IL 60555
Or FAX to (630) 836-8181
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Brochures currently available to print from your computer:
Applying for Disability Benefits with an endocrine related disorder - PEDIATRIC patients
Applying for Disability Benefits with an endocrine related disorder - ADULT patients
Click here to learn more about MedAngel ONE. It is a Bluetooth-enabled temperature monitor, which safeguards medications. It consists of a smart Bluetooth temperature sensor that is kept with the medications and an app to connect with it, available for free on iOs and Android.
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Click here to learn more about ARK Therapeutic and their products for speech and oral motor development, sensory integration, oral defensiveness, texture aversions, fine motor, drinking, feeding, chewing and more.
Click here for TSA guidelines on flying with medical conditions. It covers injectable medications, traveling with medical devices such as wheelchair, crutches, etc., and service dog rules.
Click here for TSA passenger support
Southwest Airlines Medical Transportation Grant Program (MTGP) provides complimentary, roundtrip tickets to nonprofit hospitals and medical transportation organizations. The program was created to provide much-needed assistance to medical patients and their family members who are traveling for specialized or life-changing medical care. Thereby, giving patients (and their families) peace of mind about how they get to the care they need.
Click here to find out more about the program and to see if your local nonprofit hospital or medical transportation organization can help!
Angel Flight East's mission is to facilitate free air transportation to children and adults in need of medical treatment far from home. Volunteer pilots use their own aircraft and pay for all expenses of each mission they fly. AFE’s footprint is from Virginia-Ohio-Maine and for destinations beyond that, we link up with other volunteer pilot organizations.
Click here to find out more about Angel Flight East
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GINA is a federal law that protects individuals from genetic discrimination in health insurance and employment. Genetic discrimination is the misuse of genetic information. This resource provides an introduction to GINA and its protections in health insurance and employment. It includes answers to common questions and examples to help you learn.
This online resource was created by Genetic Alliance, the Genetics and Public Policy Center at Johns Hopkins University, and the National Coalition for Health Professional Education in Genetics through funding by The Pew Charitable Trusts. May 2010.