Parkinson’s is the world’s fastest-growing neurological condition and affects at least 12,000 Kiwis. Although there is currently no cure for this progressive condition, research being done at the University of Auckland’s Centre for Brain Research is bringing us closer to being able to stop its progression – a potential cure.

But time is of the essence and we need your help to expedite the process.

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


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