Brain disease currently affects more than 700 million people globally, representing 13% of the global disease burden1.
We work tirelessly to restoring brain health because:
- More than 70% of people living with brain disease experience discrimination2
- People living with brain disease live between 10-20 years less than healthy individuals3
- The World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates that the global economy loses about 1 trillion USD a year in productivity due to depression and anxiety alone4.
Our commitment is to empower patients to give them the tools and resources they need to understand their disease and its unfolding.
Our commitment is to continuously challenge status quo and push our science further to make real differences for patients.
Our commitment is to families to bring evidence-based data, visibility and support to their work in managing a chronic disease.
Our commitment is to communities to end the stigma, fear, and silence that surrounds brain diseases.
We call this Progress in Mind.