Neurodegeneration doesn’t just afflict the elderly. There is a spectrum of brain diseases that strike in the prime of life when people often have family responsibilities, careers and active lives. But there is great hope, with research accelerating, clinical trials underway and new discoveries each year. CurePSP is leading the way as the foundation providing awareness, education, care and cure for prime of life neurodegenerative diseases. Please join us on this journey.
Dr. Friedman is leading a global team of investigators in an effort to identify every gene mutation associated with progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP) by sequencing up to 3,000 genomes.Learn more about this exceptional effort
On the morning of October 3, 2016, Pierre Gervais passed away, peacefully, and in the company of his wife Jocelyne.
The many messages that were sent in the days leading up to his passing were a great comfort and support for the family, and were heard and understood by Pierre. When told that we at CurePSP were further impassioned to fight to find treatment and cure he gave the advice, “don’t quit.”
Join us on the weekend of March 17th at our Southwest Family Conference! CurePSP Family Conferences bring together patients and their families with others who are facing the same challenges for educational programming, and fellowship at a time when outside social opportunities may be shrinking.Register Now for the Southwest Family Conference!