Every nine minutes, someone is diagnosed with Parkinson's disease.
Parkinson's is a challenging disease because everyone experiences different symptoms that can make diagnosis and treatment more complicated. The cause remains largely unknown, which is why more scientific research is needed now.
The one million people living with Parkinson's disease in the United States today — and the millions of family members and caregivers who are also impacted by the disease — need more help, better treatment and a cure.
The Parkinson's Foundation is working rapidly toward a cure and providing crucial resources to help people with Parkinson's live better lives today. But we need more support from caring people like you during Parkinson's Awareness Month.
Add your name now to show your support for people battling Parkinson's disease!