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Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Syndrome

Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Syndrome (PSPS) is a neurodegenerative syndrome that causes dementia and problems with movement. Individuals with PSPS may experience abnormal eye movements, frequent falls, changes in behavior, speech and language. On average symptoms begin when an individual is in their early 60s, but may start as early as 40.

Symptoms & Causes

Read a list of common symptoms and potential causes of PSPS.

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Diagnosis

Find out what evaluations may be involved in making a diagnosis.

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Care, Support & Treatment

Learn more about treatment options and explore our support services.

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Research

Research Studies

Although we do not have any active studies for individuals with PSPS, consider joining our registry so we can stay in touch if we bring on a new research study. 

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