CurePSP Compiles Best Practices to Managing PSP and CBS
The nonprofit organization CurePSP has published a compilation of best practices on the therapeutic management of progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP) and corticobasal syndrome (CBS).
Dr. Murray Grossman and Dr. Irene Litvan, both of whom are members of AFTD’s Medical Advisory Council, are among the researchers who contributed to the guide. Dr. Litvan participated in the Steering Committee that organized the extensive guide, which could inform other clinicians on the varied aspects of PSP and CBS.
Dr. Adam Boxer, a former recipient of AFTD’s FTD Biomarkers Initiative award, and Dr. Nikolaus McFarland, who recently participated in the 2021 AFTD Education Conference, also contributed to the best-practices guide.
Recently published in Frontiers in Neurology, the guide includes 12 sections that discuss the clinical pathophysiology of both PSP and CBS.
Read the full guide here.