Can You Live Well With PD?

With the World Parkinson's Congress coming up in June, I have been considering submitting an abstract for the Poster Display at the Congress.  One of the categories for submission is "Living Well With Parkinson's Disease".  I started thinking about what works for me to live well with PD, and then decided to ask the 950+ …

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How Are Women with Parkinson’s Different than Men?

What image comes to mind when you hear someone has Parkinson's Disease?  I am sure it is not what you would have seen in Houston at the Women and PD TALK National Forum last week. In a little over 2 years from concept to fruition, the Parkinson’s Foundation’s Women and PD TALK initiative held 10 regional …

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Parkinson’s Target Practice and other Things

Sometimes it seems like Parkinson's Research is a bit like Target Practice.  If you try to come at it from a lot of different angles, eventually something is going to hit the bullseye.  It is almost impossible to keep up with all of the different research projects looking for a cure or even just a …

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The Global Community of Parkinson’s

This blog post was originally written for the WPC Blog, March 26, 2018 One of the great things about the Parkinson's Community is that it is truly global.  There is research going on in many different countries, often with researchers from more than one country collaborating on a project.  As a result, in the last …

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