Women and Parkinson’s: Closing the Gender Gap in Research and Care

When I first experienced PD symptoms, they were explained away as the stress of a working mom. I was prescribed medication for anxiety and the eventual diagnosis of Parkinson’s was not made for another two years. - Carol Clupny, MS, Women and Parkinson’s Advocate Five years ago, a question was posed to the Parkinson's Disease …

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What helps you to live well with Parkinson’s Disease?

You must do the things you think you cannot do. - Eleanor Roosevelt Since March is Women's History Month, I will be including some quotes from some amazing women who have made a difference.  Look for more scattered throughout the blog posts this month. And speaking of women,  I submitted an abstract to the World …

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