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    Posted August 11, 2013 by
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    International Landmarks, Bridges and Towers are Lighting Up Teal for 1st International Trigeminal Neuralgia Awareness Day on October 7th 2013


    (October 1st 2013)– International Facebook Group known as TNNME (Trigeminal Neuralgia and Me), along with the Trigeminal Neuralgia Awareness Fighters (TNAF), are asking for your assistance in raising awareness for a disorder knick-named The Suicide Disease.

    This October 7th 2013, landmark monuments and bridges around the globe are lighting up in the color “TEAL” to mark the first-ever International Trigeminal Neuralgia Awareness Day and others are being added daily.

    We give thanks and gratitude to the following Cities and Countries that are supporting the awareness of Trigeminal Neuralgia in support to raise awareness globally and to change the future of those who struggle with Trigeminal Neuralgia (TN) and Facial Pain Disorders.

    ·         Zakim Bridge (Boston Ma)

    ·         Terminal Towers ( Cleveland Ohio)

    ·         Canadian side Niagara Falls (Niagara Falls Illumination Board)

    ·         Peace Bridge (Canada)

    ·         Mid-Hudson Bridge (New York)

    ·         Oamaru Opera House (New Zealand)

    ·         BC Stadium (Vancouver Canada)

    ·         The Fountains at Trafalgar Square (UK)

    ·         Gateshead Millennium Bridge in (UK)

    ·         Miami Towers (Florida)

    ·         The Torch Doha (Aspire Zone Qatar)

    ·         The Muscatine Norbert Becky Bridge, (Iowa)

    ·         The Colpatria Tower (Bogota, Colombia)

    ·         The Canton Tower in (Guangzhou China)

    ·         The Skylon Tower Canada

     

    ·         Wells Fargo’s Duke Energy Center

                

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