“I never imagined my child would be starting puberty before she’d even started kindergarten.”
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About Central Precocious Puberty1,2

Kids go through puberty at different times. But sometimes, children can show signs of premature puberty. This condition is known as central precocious puberty (or CPP). If not properly diagnosed, CPP can result in significant physical challenges and may have emotional effects.

The good news is CPP is treatable. Talk to your doctor to determine if treatment is right for your child.


Our Goal

Our goal is to raise awareness for central precocious puberty (CPP). Our "Cookies for a Cause" campaign is designed to help spread the word about CPP, so families and healthcare providers can learn to recognize the signs of CPP and seek timely diagnosis and treatment.

Each time you help spread the word about CPP, we’ll add up to 4 cookies to the virtual cookie jar. When the jar is completely filled, and we reach our goal of 10,000 cookies, AbbVie will make a donation to the Pediatric Endocrinology Nursing Society (PENS).


How You Can Help

It’s easy! Simply watch the video, share this page, email to a friend, take our short quiz, or register for CPP updates. Each time you take an action, we will contribute cookies to the jar, and you will be helping others learn about CPP.

Every cookie counts! Every child counts!

To learn more about how to discuss CPP with your child’s doctor, please visit www.pubertytoosoon.com.

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References: 1. Carel JC, Léger J. Precocious Puberty. The New England Journal of Medicine. 2008;358(22):2366-2377. 2. Mayo Clinic. Precocious Puberty. Available at: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/precocious-puberty/DS00883. Accessed September 30, 2013.