Dear fellow patients,
Thank you for supporting upcoming research into Post-Finasteride Syndrome. Thanks to your overwhelming generosity, our campaign has raised over €56,000.
In three weeks since our Christmas update, we’ve raised an additional €11,000. That means we only need another €24,000 to begin groundbreaking research.
To simplify the equation, if every person receiving this email donated €100 today, we will have reached our target.
Please continue to contribute where possible.
Thank you to those who have stepped up to participate in our GoFundMe campaign.
As a result of your courage in sharing our fundraiser with family and friends, we have already raised an additional €2000 in three weeks. These funds are yet to be distributed to our charity, but we deeply appreciate your support.
If you want to see new research underway as soon as possible, and are comfortable talking about Post-Finasteride Syndrome with your family and friends, please visit our GoFundMe campaign page. Our instructions guide, video and templated message make it easy to set up your own GoFundMe for upcoming research in less than 15 minutes.
New blog: The 6 most commonly asked questions about Post-Finasteride Syndrome
Today PFS Network released another helpful resource for PFS patients, their loved ones, men considering finasteride and clinicians. The blog, titled “The 6 most commonly asked questions about Post-Finasteride Syndrome”, addresses FAQs such as:
- How common is PFS?
- Is there a treatment for PFS?
- What are the symptoms of PFS?
We hope this resource will be particularly useful for newer patients and their families.
Please share with your networks and other patients you may be in touch with.
The PFS Network team