How We Will Cure Brain Disease

The United Brain Association’s mission is to empower every individual living with brain disease and to support innovative research for a cure.

Finding a cure is about courage, willpower, endurance, and acceptance. It’s about belonging to a community of compassionate listeners. It’s about sharing your hopes and supporting each other.

We aim to cure brain disease by empowering individuals and reassuring them they’re not alone, by uniting them to share their stories, struggles, and determinations.

By funding innovative brain research, we also aim to cure brain disease once and for all. Our vision is to see a world without brain disease.

Unitedly, we stand to cure one with a mission to cure them all.

We are stronger together.

Learn more about how we empower every individual

How We Will Cure Brain Disease

The United Brain Association’s mission is to empower every individual living with brain disease and to support innovative research for a cure.

Finding a cure is about courage, willpower, endurance, and acceptance. It’s about belonging to a community of compassionate listeners. It’s about sharing your hopes and supporting each other.

We aim to cure brain disease by empowering individuals and reassuring them they’re not alone, by uniting them to share their stories, struggles, and determinations.

By funding innovative brain research, we also aim to cure brain disease once and for all. Our vision is to see a world without brain disease.

Unitedly, we stand to cure one with a mission to cure them all.

We are stronger together.

Learn more about how we empower every individual

Hundreds and millions of Americans experience some form of neuropathy, and nearly every family has a member with brain disease.

Brain Resources

Twenty million Americans and 16% of households are experiencing some form of brain disease or neurological condition.

Learning about a brain impairment will empower you to take the next steps forward whether it is for yourself or for a loved one. Each of our brain resources include caregiver tips to help loved ones and family members better understand, relate, and thrive.

Brain Resources

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