Cure Parkinson’s has always had the unwavering belief that people living with Parkinson’s are key to finding the cure; we were founded by four people living with the condition.

In 2023, with a world-first phase 3 clinical trial about to start and major results due to be presented, we are marking World Parkinson’s Day on 11 April with a celebration of the people with Parkinson’s who have brought us this far – and those who will ultimately help us achieve our goal of cure.

The experiences and insights of people living with the condition continue to inform our work – and we want to hear from you! We also know that by sharing the stories and voices of people living with Parkinson’s, we can inspire more people to support our work; and the more people who help us, the more research we can fund.

We are asking you to share your hopes and experiences this World Parkinson’s Day, so please take a few minutes to do this in the form below. Whether you or a loved one lives with the condition, or you’re a Parkinson’s researcher, we’d like to know about your experiences to help raise awareness.

We, as patients, represent an enormous and untapped opportunity to bring urgency experience, focus, passion and feedback to the delivery of the science and to become a significant resource in the quest for a cure.

Tom Isaacs, late President and co-founder, Cure Parkinson’s

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