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Help us identify the priority research questions for PSP & CBD

This month PSPA launched its first study to identify the gaps in research in PSP & CBD*.  PSPA supports people living with Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP) & CorticoBasal Degeneration (CBD).  Through the funding of innovative research, we aim to improve diagnosis, discover effective treatments, to understand the conditions, and look to identify better ways to improve the health, quality of life and care for patients.

In order to meet these objectives, PSPA is reviewing its current research strategy and wants to ensure that their future strategy encompasses the research needs of people affected by PSP & CBD, by giving researchers, health professionals, patients and carers a say in what is important to them.

The results of this study will help our charity fund research in the areas where there are gaps in knowledge. If you would like to play your part in defining the research please complete this survey.

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*PSPA uses the terminology of CBD rather than CBS

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