Has PKU been causing you or a loved one to feel foggy, confused, or forgetful? Back to Care is here to help. We can help you find the resources and support to help you or a loved one get back on track with PKU treatment.
Find a clinic near you, see a list of helpful PKU resources, or talk with an actual person about treatment options. Whatever you need, let Back to Care help you.
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Find a Clinic Near You
It can sometimes be difficult getting your PKU treatment back on track by yourself. A specialized clinic team can give you the support you need to take control of your PKU.
Find a metabolic clinic in your area that can provide the latest information on updated PKU treatment guidelines, new formula and low-protein diet options, and prescription medication.
Cambrooke Therapeutics is the leading innovator in complete dietary therapy for PKU. Founded by two PKU parents, Cambrooke offers the first PKU formula based on an intact natural peptide. Cambrooke produces the most extensive range of low protein foods and formulas for the complete PKU diet.
Continue on to the rest of the NPKUA website for additional resources and information about PKU. 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.