NHS England does not allocate funding to specific services; information broken down to this level is not collected.
There are currently no plans for awareness raising activity in relation to neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1), which is an inherited condition. Information for the public on the diagnosis and treatment of NF1 can be found on the NHS Choices website, which sets out the key signs and symptoms of the condition, including: coffee colored patches on the skin, two or more neurofibromas (bumps on or under the skin); bone defects, such as bowing of the lower leg; and, a family history of NF1. The NF1 webpages can be viewed at the following link:
Further information can be found on the Neuro Foundation web site www.nfauk.org, or for general practitioners and other health professionals, on the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence website: