P.O.T.S. Facts

Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (P.O.T.S.) is a DYSFUNCTION of the autonomic nervous system.



                                   13 years old is the average age for a child                     with a P.O.T.S. diagnosis.



85% of P.O.T.S. patients are misdiagnosed prior to receiving a P.O.T.S. diagnosis.



ZERO drugs have been approved by the FDA to treat P.O.T.S.








750,000 people is an estimated number of people living with a P.O.T.S. diagnosis in the United States alone. 

There is nearly 3 million around the world. 



The average time span for a P.O.T.S. diagnosis could take up to 

four years due to a lack of awareness.



P.O.T.S. is more common than Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson's Disease and will cause debilitation to 25% of patients.


4% of the NIH's annual budget goes into cardiovascular research, for P.O.T.S. it's almost none.







Almost 50% of top pharmaceutical companies investments are for diseases affecting the body's nervous systems however this is not specific to the ANS nor P.O.T.S.

The A85 Cure Foundation

The A85 Cure Foundation (A85 Cure) , is dedicated to funding advancements in research and advocacy to cure Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (P.O.T.S.).

Email: info@a85cure.org

Phone: 630.480.0428 

Registered Charity: 81-3292469

Headquarters: 913 W. Liberty Drive Wheaton, Illinois  60187

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