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New ‘one-size-fits-all’ drug could treat Alzheimer’s, MS and brain injury

By Loren Grush FoxNews.com Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis and traumatic brain injury are four neurodegenerative disorders with very different – and

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Join Us and Make Every Victory Count for Someone Living with Parkinson’s

Thank you to our generous sponsors, the Neurological Institute at Littleton Adventist Hospital and the USA Pro Cycling Challenge for

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Boston University supports Davis Phinney Foundation in launching new resource to encourage living well with Parkinson’s Disease

Contact: Stephanie Rotondo, (617) 353-7476, rotondos@bu.edu (Boston) – Imagine you are one of the 60,000 new U.S. cases of Parkinson’s disease diagnosed

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Steve Quam Peddling Parkinson’s while Pedaling for Parkinson’s

On June 28th, Steve Quam and fellow person with Parkinson’s, Wes, cycled to our Boulder office where a happy crew

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Say ‘Ahhh’: A Simpler Way To Detect Parkinson’s

By NPR Staff, www.npr.org There’s currently no cure for Parkinson’s, a debilitating neurological disease. There’s also no blood test that

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Cycling Legend Davis Phinney’s Foundation Launches New Resource to Encourage Living Well with Parkinson’s Disease

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Wendy Emanuel 773-255-9580 wendy@wellspringcom.com Unique Disease Management Guide Combines Comprehensive Information and Tools from Thought-Leading Movement

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Music As A Remedy For Parkinson’s Gets Funding From Harvard University And Activist Jeffrey Epstein

Clinical trials at Harvard University show how music alleviates the symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease.  NEW YORK, July 13, 2012 /PRNewswire

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Keeping Parkinson’s Disease a Secret

By Kate Yandel, www.well.blogs.nytimes.com When Nancy Mulhearn learned she had Parkinson’s disease seven years ago, she kept the diagnosis mostly to herself,

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Sunflower Revolution for Parkinson’s Research and Wellness Sept. 8

Former Olympians Wayne Stetina and Davis Phinney (right) lead the “peloton” or pack at Sunflower Revolution III. The Sunflower Revolution

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Bill Geist Reveals Parkinson’s battle

www.cbsnews.com “Sunday Morning” correspondent Bill Geist is known for his quirky and clever observations about life. He talks to Gayle

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