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CureDuchenne has a variety of fundraising events throughout the year. These events have helped us fund seven research projects that have gone to human clinical trials. Join us for Napa In Newport - Southern California Premier Wine Event on Febuary 27, 2015.

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Seven Summits.

One Mission.

Help Tyler Armstrong Climb to CureDuchenne.

Tyler is not just trying to set a world record; his goal is to raise awareness and funds to cure Duchenne muscular dystrophy, the most common and lethal muscle disease found in children. Duchenne afflicts approximately 300,000 boys worldwide.

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Together, we can CureDuchenne

Duchenne muscular dystrophy is a devastating muscle disease in children, affecting one in every 3,500 male births. Historically, Duchenne boys have not lived beyond their mid-20s. Those that do are faced with progressively weaker muscles and pulmonary and cardiac failure. The potential now exists, however, to make a difference in their quality of life.

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CureDuchenne Cares

Get the information you need to provide better care for those with Duchenne. The CureDuchenne Cares mission is to increase the health and wellbeing of patients living with Duchenne through educating parents, caregivers, clinicians, and physical therapists on best practices for Duchenne management. This program also keeps families informed on the latest scientific develipments in Duchenne research, including status and participation in clinical trials.

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Duplication Mutation Therapy for Duchenne

CureDuchenne has provided the lead funding for Dr. Flanigan's duplication research and is committed to helping bring this therapy into trials. We need your support in raising $710,000 to continue this important research.

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Help Advance Research to Treat Heart Disease

CureDuchenne Ventures LLC is investing $1 million in Capricor Therapeutics to advance promising research to treat disease associated with Duchenne muscular dystrophy.

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Moving research into practice

CureDuchenne’s accelerated push to move research from the lab into clinical trials could halt the progression of the disease and save the lives of thousands of Duchenne boys.

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What is CureDuchenne?

CureDuchenne is a national nonprofit that raises awareness and funds to find a cure for Duchenne muscular dystrophy. The funds we raise support the most promising research programs aimed at treating and curing the disease. For the first time ever there is hope to find a cure for this destructive disease affecting thousands of boys and their families.




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Research News


Exon skipping drugs will be used to transform Duchenne muscular dystrophy into a much milder disease as seen in Becker muscular dystrophy patients. eDystrophin is an online database that provides information about inframe mutations typically seen in patients with milder forms of the disease. The database has been constructed using patient records and is easy to use and searchable by mutation type or clinical phenotype.

2016 Napa In Newport - Southern California Premier Wine Event

We hope you’ll join us as select group of wine connoisseurs, vintners, community and business leaders come together for a fun and memorable evening which will include a wine tasting, custom designed dinner from our celebrity chef, and a live and silent auction.

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The Latest from the Founder

CureDuchenne, the California-based nonprofit organization dedicated to finding cures for Duchenne muscular dystrophy, released the following statement from its co-founder and CEO, Debra Miller, following the meeting of the Peripheral and Central Nervous System Drugs Advisory Committee of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The FDA will consider the committee’s discussions, and has set a Read more »

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