For patients and families with CMTC and Other Vascular (bloodvessel) Malformations

CMTC-OVM is a worldwide non-profit patient organization that aims to improve the quality of life of people suffering from vascular abnormalities (blood vessel abnormalities), such as CMTC (‘Van Lohuizen syndrome’), and stimulate scientific research into these disorders.

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October 2020
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12 years ago (2006) our son was born. Very quickly.

12 YEARS AGO OUR SON WAS BORN

Your support is powerful

Our worldwide non-profit organization, active since 1997, consists entirely of motivated volunteers. We can always use support in many areas. Options are for instance as sponsor (by means of eg. products, services and money) but also as volunteer, member and donor.

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REGISTER AS MEMBER

Membership of our organization offers a lot! Think for example of full access to our website, our international Family Days and Conferences in the Netherlands! Contact with other patients, families and health care providers is crucial!

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CONTRIBUTE WITH A DONATION

Do you want to make a concrete contribution to improving the quality of life for people with a rare disease?

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SPONSOR OUR ACTIVITIES

Becoming a sponsor of our organization also increases the (global) visibility of your company and shows your social face. Becoming a sponsor is a concrete interpretation of Corporate Social Responsibility / Involvement. We have sponsors from different companies who make an important contribution in various ways.

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BECOME VOLUNTEER

Voluntary work in our organization contributes to your personal development. We often offer challenging work in an international and dynamic environment. As a volunteer, you can get a good expense allowance. We have drawn up volunteer profiles for practically all roles.

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Due to the #COVID-19/Corona virus we have to cancel our global Family Day in 2020.
In cooperation with the #Efteling we have moved our Family Day to Saturday the 3rd of July 2021(!).

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