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The National Plan to End Parkinson’s Act

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.

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    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.

Tell Congress — We Can End Parkinson’s with Their Support

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    Write to Your Representatives

    Personalize a pre-written note to your members of Congress.

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    Sign the National Plan Petition

    Tell Congress to pass this legislation now.

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    Join the Parkinson’s Policy Network

    Join our network of more than 85,000 Parkinson’s policy advocates.

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    Share Your Story

    Your experience with Parkinson's helps elected officials and policymakers identify with and connect to our issues.

Advocacy is important to me because I want to use my voice in ways that uplift our whole community, and in ways that can prevent and cure this disease. I want to make sure federal and state governments are doing everything they can to make sure that people living with Parkinson’s get the care and support we need.
George Manahan Small business owner and policy advocate in West Virginia
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