Proteus Syndrome Foundation

CLICK HERE to watch Dr. Leslie Biesecker’s 2017 Proteus Syndrome Family Conference presentation. 

NEW: PARENT SHARING PAGE – This page is password protected and only for approved Proteus families. Please contact for password permission. Click here to enter Parent Sharing Page

2017 PROTEUS SYNDROME FOUNDATION FAMILY CONFERENCE. If you missed the conference you can watch the FB live video at this link .

The Proteus Syndrome Foundation, a 501c3 not-for-profit organization, is dedicated improving the lives of Proteus patients by funding AKT1 research. We focus on providing family support in the form of education and networking individuals living with Proteus syndrome with other families and medical professionals.

Our ultimate goal is to find treatments to alleviate the symptoms of Proteus syndrome with the ultimate goal of finding a cure. The Proteus Syndrome Foundation (PSF) was founded in 1992 by Barbara King, Mary Timmermann and myself, Kim Hoag.

Proteus syndrome has touched each of our lives in different ways. Throughout the years many families have come together under the umbrella of this organization.

If you have found yourself on this page and have a child with PS or if you have PS please know we are here to help you find your way. Much has changed since 1990 when I gave birth to my son Alex. At that time there was not much information available and what was out there was oftentimes incorrect. Currently doctors on our Medical Advisory Board from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) have found the cause of Proteus. This leads us to a very exciting time in our journey.

Pharmaceutical companies are working with the NIH to develop treatments for PS. We are hopeful that these will be successful and available in the near future.

Phase 1 Clinical Trail Patient Enrollment Has Begun
Update on Phase 1 Trial with ARQ 092 in Proteus Syndrome



Proteus Syndrome Patient Registry

The Proteus Syndrome Foundation Contact Registry will be used to inform individuals with Proteus syndrome and their guardians about:

  • Discoveries about Proteus syndrome that may impact care decisions
  • Opportunities to participate in research
  • Opportunities to contribute data

It’s easy to join

There is no cost to you: the costs are supported by the Proteus Syndrome Foundation

Your information will be transmitted via a secure server and stored in a database.

Participation is voluntary

You can choose to withdraw from the registry at any point.

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The Proteus Syndrome Foundation Contact Registry will be used to inform individuals with Proteus syndrome and their guardians about discoveries and opportunities to participate in research.
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Alex Hoag Run For Sunshine

In Loving Memory of
Alexander Hoag
7/5/90 - 9/20/99
"He did a lot in 9 short years."