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BY ANJUMNAYYAR, www.ourkids.net When Soania Mathur found out she had Parkinson’s Disease, she was carrying her first child and just 27-years-old.
The Davis Phinney Foundation is fielding a new survey on the experiences of people living with Parkinson’s disease. The purpose
By Allison Conway, Special to the Los Angeles Times, August 29, 2011 I sat in an uncomfortable flower-print chair in
Last weekend, The Victory Summit brought a day of information and inspiration on living well today with Parkinson’s disease to
Kirk Hall has written a children’s book, “Carson and His Shaky Paws Grampa,” that shares the relationship that he and
23 August 2011 BBC News – Scotland Scientists have for the first time generated stem cells from one of the
by www.wzzm13.com GRAND RAPIDS (WZZM) – It’s a disease that has no cure — Parkinson’s Disease affects a million Americans.
Thanks to the generosity of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge, we’re halfway to reaching our goal of raising $40,000 this
Registration is filling up fast for The Victory Summit symposium coming to Grand Rapids, Michigan on Saturday, August 20! Be
Just because you’ve been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease doesn’t mean it’s time to give up on living a full life.