Join the HPS Network at Outback Steakhouse to eat for the cure

Enjoy a juicy steak and help us fund the cure, Sept. 25 between 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm at the Outback Steakhouse, 901 Route 73 South in Marlton, NJ. Tell the server you’re there to support the HPS Network, and a portion of your bill will benefit us. Enjoy some steak and lobster, or some Queensland chicken and shrimp pasta. Or, maybe a salted caramel cookie skillet for dessert....

HPS Multidisciplinary Clinic to be held in Mayaguez

A multi-disciplinary clinic for anyone with HPS will be held Oct. 20 at Mayaguez Medical Center in Puerto Rico. The clinic is free, and is a chance for children and adults with HPS to consult with a variety of physicians knowledgeable about Hermansky-Pudlak Syndrome. There are a limited number of appointments available, so don’t wait too long to make yours. Limited transportation assistance is available. Physician experts will include: Pulmonary – Dr. Monia Egozcue, Dr. Rosa Roman and Dr....

HPS moms to gather for third annual Mothers’ Workshop at the HPS Network Conference

  Mothers of children with HPS will gather for their third annual workshop Friday, March 8, 2019 at the 26th Annual HPS Network Conference. The HPS Network Conference will be held March 8 – 10, 2019 at the Long Island Marriott in Uniondale, NY. The Mother’s Workshop will begin at noon and run until 6:00 pm. Moms will have a chance to network with one another, talk about the importance of self care and share ways to cope with the many issues surrounding raising a child with HPS. “We have to...

Girl Scout Troop donates to HPS Network

Kylee Brantner’s Girl Scout troop voted to donate left over funds from their year to the HPS Network in July. Kylee is a person with HPS and has done several HPS fundraisers over the years with her friends. The HPS Network is grateful to Girl Scouts of Western Washington Troop 44267! It is ladies like all of you that make a...

Share your experiences with spirometry testing

  A group of healthcare professionals from the American Thoracic Society and the European Respiratory Society are working together to agree on the best and most appropriate spirometry testing methods. They are asking lung patients from around the world who have taken a spirometry test (a test that measures the amount of air in your lungs and how quickly you can breathe it out) to participate in a short survey about experiences taking the test. If you would like to participate, please go to:...