Wow – exciting news! Sam Berns’ TEDx talk, ‘My Philosophy for a Happy Life,’ has inspired millions around the world, and today hit a new milestone: 50 million views on TEDx.com alone (with a grand total of 95 million times, including on TED.com).
The word is out! PRF’s 2022 Newsletter and Annual Report are headed your way – rife with many exciting updates on PRF’s progress toward worldwide awareness and the CURE!
We’re thrilled to share that PRF has been awarded the highest 4-star Charity Navigator rating for our 9th straight year! Charity Navigator is the top evaluator of U.S.-based nonprofits, and this coveted 4-star rating is only awarded to 5% of the nonprofits evaluated....
In May 2022, The Progeria Research Foundation in partnership with Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and Boston Children’s Hospital convened a specialized meeting of high-level cardiologists and researchers to discuss the urgency of cardiac stenosis in children with...
At PRF, we LOVE Heart Health Month – because treating and curing the heart disease that affects all children and young adults with Progeria is at the ‘heart’ of our mission.
Check out our newsletter to read about FDA approval for the first-ever treatment for Progeria, learn how the research we fund has made remarkable progress toward the cure through genetic and RNA therapies, and get the scoop on all the exciting milestones we’re celebrating right now.
We’re thrilled to share that PRF has been awarded the highest 4-star Charity Navigator rating for our 8th straight year! CharityNavigator is the top evaluator of U.S.-based nonprofits, and this coveted 4-star rating is only awarded to 6% of the nonprofits evaluated....
PRF is planting the seeds of research in the most cutting-edge areas of science. Your support of our ONEpossible Campaign is the sunshine needed to cultivate the cure. DONATE today and be ONE to make the cure POSSIBLE!
In November, 2020, PRF brought over 370 registrants from 30 countries ‘together’ in our first-ever virtual scientific workshop. Attendees were given a platform to share their expertise in Progeria research and meet some of the children who will benefit from their work. A summary of the workshop was published today in the journal Aging.