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During this challenging time with the global COVID-19 outbreak, it is all the more important we look out for and support one another. The safety and welfare of families affected by rare diseases always has been and continues to be Amicus’ number one priority. Our commitment to the rare disease community will continue and we are only a phone call or email away. For questions or support, we can be reached at email@example.com or toll-free in the US at 1(866) 9-AMICUS (926-4287).
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