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CurePSP’s mission to raise awareness, build community, improve care and find a cure for PSP, CBD and MSA needs your help.

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Help CurePSP advocate for the National Plan to End Parkinson’s Act and other public policies that impact the PSP, CBD and MSA community.

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We are actively seeking volunteers to help advance our mission through peer support, local advocacy, outreach and fundraising.

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There are a variety of ways to help CurePSP, and your money will go immediately to work helping us to provide; information where it is needed most; support for patients; various programs of awareness and education; and funding for the most promising research into treatment and a cure for neurodegenerative diseases.

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Put meaning to your miles by running for Team CurePSP! All funds raised will go directly towards our mission of raising awareness, building community, improving care and finding a cure for progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP), corticobasal degeneration (CBD) and multiple system atrophy (MSA). As a part of the team, you’ll receive fundraising support, a customizable fundraising page, Team CurePSP swag and access to online communities to interact with other team members.

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Personal Stories

At CurePSP, we are driven by your stories of hope. We hope these inspire you, allow you to reflect on your own story, and help you recognize your own resilience through the PSP, CBD, or MSA journey. If you are interested in sharing a story about your journey, email Oscar Sullivan at

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Mary Lou Burhoe

Mary Lou Burhoe, wife of CurePSP Board Chair Emeritus John Burhoe, passed away from PSP after almost 45 years of marriage. Here, her husband tells the moving story of their life together and the poignant last years of their journey.

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Kathryn Leigh Scott

Geoff Miller, founding editor of Los Angeles Magazine, the first city magazine, and lover of jazz, good beer and the good life, passed away after a battle with PSP. Here his wife, actress and author Kathryn Leigh Scott, tells their story.

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Patricia Richardson

Laurence Richardson, military veteran, corporate executive and late-in-life musician, was another tragic victim of PSP. His daughter Patricia Richardson, well-known actress of stage and screen, tells his moving story.

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