The National PKU Alliance works to improve the lives of families and individuals associated with PKU through research, support, education and advocacy, while ultimately seeking a cure.

The NPKUA was formed in 2008 by parents, grandparents, and individuals across the country just like you.

We are the first national non-profit organization to unite adults, families, regional and statewide PKU organizations, the medical community and PKU-friendly businesses to make a difference in the lives of people with PKU.

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BIOMARIN RELEASES RESULTS OF PHASE 3 TRIALS FOR NEW PKU TREATMENT
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NPKUA PATIENT SURVEY:
91% SAY NEW TREATMENTS ARE IMPORTANT

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LIFTING THE LIMITS FOR PKU
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TAKE ACTION NOW:
COVERAGE FOR MEDICAL FOODS

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NPKUA TEEN & ADULT WEBSITE
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2015 NPKUA ANNUAL REPORT
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2016 NPKUA RESEARCH FLYER
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CALL FOR 2017 RESEARCH PROPOSALS AND FELLOWSHIPS

The National PKU Alliance (NPKUA) works to improve the lives of individuals with phenylketonuria (PKU) and pursue a cure. The organization provides funding to advance the science of PKU by funding the most promising research that will lead to new therapy discoveries and a cure.  Since 2010, the organization has invested more than $2 million in research that has led to new knowledge, the acceleration of new therapies and supported pilot studies that have been able to leverage larger federal funding. 

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