The death of a loved one is tragic, and no parent wants to consider the unthinkable. When your loved one passes, an option exists to leave a gift of hope to those who continue to struggle with CDKL5 Deficiency in hopes of a brighter future for the next generations affected by CDD. Brain donation is a critical part of CDD research, and we honor these generous and selfless acts by those who choose this path after a loved one has died.
The International Foundation for CDKL5 Research collaborates with the Harvard Brain Bank to allow brain donations to be safely stored for future investigation. This process takes some time to arrange; please consider familiarizing yourself with this gift before making arrangements so your wishes can be honored.
For questions, please contact
Karen Utley or Heidi Grabenstatter
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Harvard Brain Bank