It’s not a case of if, but a matter of when.

Cure Parkinson’s NZ is dedicated to one clear mission: to shape and fuel translational research that leads to a cure for Parkinson’s disease, namely, therapies that can stop or slow progression of this awful disease.

Our vision is a world free from the burden of Parkinson’s, and we believe that New Zealand’s innovative spirit and creative problem-solving can make it happen. Our researchers are world-class and have already achieved a number of world firsts in Parkinson’s research.

Please join our mission, support our dream and provide hope towards finding a cure.

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