Breakthrough Treatment for Degenerative Diseases

Striving to translate cutting-edge science into human health and well-being

Degenerative diseases do not discriminate and wait for no one

Sugar Ray Robinson, boxer

Died of Alzheimer’s, age 67

Charles Bronson, actor

Died of Alzheimer’s, age 81

Dmitri Shostakovich, composer

Died of ALS, age 68

Iris Murdoch, author

Died of Alzheimer’s, age 79

Ferenc Puskás, soccer legend

Died of Alzheimer’s, age 79

Peter Falk, actor

Died of Alzheimer’s, age 83

Salvador Dalí, artist

Died with Parkinson’s, age 84

Rosa Parks, civil rights activist

Died of Alzheimer’s, age 92

Deborah Kerr, actress

Died with Parkinson’s, age 86

Ronald Reagen, US President

Died of Alzheimer’s, age 93

Raúl Silva Henríquez, Cardinal

Died of Alzheimer’s, age 91

Rita Hayworth, actress

Died of Alzheimer’s, age 68

David Niven, actor

Died of Alzheimer’s, age 73

Mohammed Ali, Boxing world champion

Died with Parkinson’s, age 79

Robin Williams, actor

Died with Lewy-body dementia, age 54

Gene Wilder

Died of Alzheimer’s, age 83

Prevalence of Alzheimer’s
  • Age 65 2%
  • Age 70 4%
  • Age 75 8%
  • Age 80 16%
  • Age 85 32%

Alzheimer's is the 6th leading cause of death in the USA

Every 66 seconds someone in the United States develops Alzheimer's

The annual cost of Parkinson's in the US is 25 billion

60,000 American are diagnosed with Parkinson's disease each year