We exist to accelerate cures...
By supporting collaborative academic research focused on "natural therapies"...
As a team of passionate volunteers, vissionary doctors and invested donors.
Achieving Cures Together is commited to finding cures by supporting multidisciplinary, collaborative academic research. Our focus is currently on the human microbiota and how microbial restoration and affects our health and wellness.
Through our partnerships with leading academic research programs, we've played an important role in the development of a revolutionary microbial restoration product, we've helped progress groundbreaking research, and we've helped treat suffering patients. Join us in our mission to find cures!
In 2016, we supported the development of an encapsulated microbial restoration product that is accelerating research and treatment.Learn more
We support multidisciplinary academic research that is progressing cures and have been cited in 6 research publications for our aid.learn more
We help fund microbial restoration treatment for patients suffering from recurrent Clostridium difficile and have treated over 590 people.learn more
Robert E. Wilkens was an active leader and dedicated advisor for Achieving Cures Together. Upon his passing last September, our organization, his friends, and his family were deeply saddened. Given his commitment to our mission, we felt compelled to honor him and created the Robert E. Wilkens award. Robert had a special intuition for spotting opportunities. He was very successful in his endeavors throughout life, and as a businessman, he had an unrivaled work ethic and a burning passion to learn. Most importantly however, Robert was a loving father and grandfather. He had a big heart for people and was determined and committed to progressing cures and alleviating suffering. He believed in Achieving Cures Together and was beyond generous with his time and treasure. Much of our early success can be attributed to his leadership and generosity. We will be forever grateful for his work as an advisor and supporter and we are humbled to present this award to exemplary members of our community. Grit and determination. Two words to describe Ashley Margarit as she crossed the finish line at the Twin Cities Marathon this past October. Not only did Ashley finish her first marathon on arguably one of the toughest race courses in the country, but she completed the marathon while battling a flare of Ulcerative Colitis. Her determination to finish the race and her commitment to Achieving Cures Together gives us the honor and privilege to recognize Ashley Margarit as the 1st recipient of the Robert E. Wilkens award. Congratulations Ashley, and thank you for your spirit of hard work and perseverance.read more