Approximately 60,000 are diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease each year.
As many as one million Americans are living with Parkinson’s disease, and an estimated seven to ten million people worldwide.
The cost to society is enormous.
It’s time for a 21st century approach to finding a cure.
Pursuing research on the GBA link is a 21st century approach to Parkinson’s Disease
This is really an important aspect of the research, and charities are taking the lead with this sort of thing
— John Hardy – Ph.D., FMedSci – FRS, Department Chair – UCL Institute of Neurology
By pursuing research on the GBA link we have an opportunity to develop targeted therapies and revolutionize care for patients with Parkinson’s disease
— Dimitri Krainc – M.D., Ph.D. Harvard Medical School
Parkinson’s and Brain Research Foundation
- Less expenses
- More research
- More results
- CFC # 76948