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
Actress and author Kathryn Leigh Scott tells the poignant story of her journey with her husband Geoff Miller along the inevitable trajectory of PSP. Kathryn’s important new book, Last Dance at the Savoy, tells this story with wisdom, humor and humility.
Giving Tuesday is a day of giving fueled by social media and grassroots philanthropy – power of the people! CurePSP will be participating in 2016 and we are calling on you to be our champions, with your help, we could make this year even better than last.