The National Plan is the first piece of legislation that aims to unite the federal government on a mission to treat, prevent and cure Parkinson’s disease.
What Will the National Plan Do?
The National Plan to End Parkinson’s Act (H.R.2365/S.1064) is bipartisan, no-cost legislation that will create an advisory council comprising members of federal agencies, people living with Parkinson's, care partners, researchers, clinicians and other non-federal experts. With the validation of a Parkinson’s biomarker earlier this year, there is no better time for the federal government to join us in supporting research for a cure.
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- Download the National Plan one-pager
- Read the Senate bill (S.1064) and House bill (H.R.2365)
- One in three members of Congress is a cosponsor of the National Plan — find out if your Senators and Representatives are among them
- Check out our blog post for the latest updates on the National Plan
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