Running to fund Research into PSP –   Limerick Women’s Mini Marathon

annosullivanCarol O’Sullivan and her sister Niamh, and a group of her friends and colleagues, are doing the Women’s mini marathon in Limerick on October 29th in memory of her Mum, Anne O’Sullivan, and her neighbour, Tony Bromell who both died of PSP.

Anne and Tony lived on the same road and died within three weeks of each other.  They are sadly missed.  Tony’s two daughters, Una and Fionnuala, are joining Carol in the mini-marathon.

“We wish to raise more awareness of PSP and funding for more research into this devastating condition”.

All monies from Carol’s Fundraiser will go to research. Research into Progressive Supranuclear Palsy is needed and Ireland has some of the best researchers in the world but without funding we are left high and dry. There are current worldwide trials into PSP and Irish people with PSP want to be included. Research could be done in Ireland.  Carol’s fundraiser will help raise funds for research and make inclusion in research and clinical trials a possibility.

Support Carol and friends at the following link.


About PSPA Ireland

PSPA Ireland is the national support organisation for people affected by the neurodegenerative brain diseases: Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP) and Corticobasal Degeneration (CBD).
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