John Royer, thoughts of a PSP patient

Categories: News, Support News

This is the third installment from John Royer, our correspondent with PSP.  See his first article here. See his second article here.    You can find out all you want about PSP by searching the Internet. You will find that there are PSP sites in all the countries that speak English. I can’t speak for …

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An Update From John, a PSP patient.

Categories: Help News, Support News

  A short while ago we received a letter from John Royer, a man living with PSP, and we placed it on our blog.  We suggested we could post more of his thoughts, and he sent us this: Dizziness upon sitting up in the morning. When I sit up in the morning the view opposite …

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Presenting at the Addison Rotary Club, Dallas

Categories: News, Volunteer

On Friday, April 7, CurePSP Chair Emeritus and long-time neurodegeneration advocate, John Burhoe Sr.,  presented to the Addison rotary Club, Dallas, on progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP) and related brain diseases. His talk encompassed the pathology of PSP, and how research into a cure for PSP potentially means treatment and cure for other brain diseases such as …

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A message from John, who has PSP.

Categories: Support News

  This beautiful article was sent to us by one of our community, John Royer, who has PSP. Thank you John, for sharing these words.      PSP is a shortened version, an acronym for Progressive Supranuclear Palsy. It’s a tough name to say. PSP is easier. It describes what I have. The life span …

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Why Advocacy is Vital

Categories: Support News, Uncategorized, Volunteer

In this article, Trish Caruana, Vice President – Patient and Carepartner Advocacy explains what advocacy is, and the common hurdles people face when considering advocacy. Care, consciousness and cure are central to the mission of CurePSP, but how we advocate for people with PSP and other prime of life diseases is also important. The lack of …

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$80,000 Matching Grant from the Light of Day Foundation!

Categories: Help News

    IMPORTANT UPDATE! As of Wednesday, April 12, the CurePSP community had raised over $60,000! That puts us on track to beat all records for matching this grant, thanks to you. Please know that your donations help families to learn about a disease they may never have heard of before diagnosis, connects people to …

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A children’s book, explaining PSP and other disorders.

Categories: Support News
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  One of our community, Richie Morris, whose mother has PSP, is writing and publishing a book for children, to help explain the changes they observe taking place in their beloved family member. In Richie’s words;  “Every summer for a couple of weeks my mother, father, brother and I (including our closest friends), vacationed at …

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An article by one of our community

Categories: Support News

One of the CurePSP community has written this beautiful article on the intricacies of finding love again.  Article by Joanna McFarland Owusu. Posted on Bluntmoms.com, Dec. 2016 With Christmas almost upon us, I find myself ruminating on a moment last October at the State Fair of Texas, of all places. Every year we make an …

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13-Year-Old Abby Sayre Starts CBD Fundraiser In Memory Of Grandmother Mary Kay

Categories: News

Abby Sayre has started a fundraiser on behalf of her grandmother, Mary Kay Withrow. Mary Kay was diagnosed with Corticobasal Degeneration (CBD). CBD is a neurodegenerative disease that has no known cause, treatment or cure. It affects nerve cells that control walking, balance, mobility, vision, speech and swallowing. She required assistance in every area of her …

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