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Parkinson Report

Parkinson Report Vol. XVII, Issue 2, Spring 2006 Official Journal of the National Parkinson Foundation April is Parkinson Awareness Month

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Parkinson Disease: Mind, Mood & Memory

Parkinson disease (PD) is known for its classic physical symptoms of tremor, muscle rigidity and slowness of movement. Indeed, research has focused predominately on the development of treatments to alleviate these motor symptoms and many patients now enjoy long-term relief of their parkinsonian ...

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People Who Move Change the World I

SPRINg 2011 VoluME 22 Issue OneLetter from the President The National Parkinson Foundation has launched some new and exciting initiatives that we’d

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What You Need to Know About Parkinson's

Inside • Introduction • What is the most important thing you need to know about Parkinson's? • What are a Parkinson's resident's main mobility problems?

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June 2003 INTRODUCTION What is Parkinson's Disease? Parkinson'sisaprogressive neurodegenerative disease, primarily affecting voluntary, controlled movement.

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Parkinson's Disease:

Parkinson's Disease: Challenges, Progress, and Promise 1 Joel, a retired university professor,.....went for regular walks with his wife. Ten years ago, his wife began to notice that he was shuffling his feet and was not swinging his arms as most people do while walking.

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Parkinson 'sDisease:

Acknowledgements The NationalParkinson Foundation, Inc. gratefully acknowledges Teva Neuroscience andVernalis Pharmaceuticals for their generous support oft he fourth edition of this patient educational manual.

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Parkinson's Disease

X-Plain Parkinson's Disease Reference Summary Introduction Parkinson's disease is a common disease that affects muscle control. Parkinson's disease affects about half a million people every year.

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The Role of the Environment in Parkinson’s Disease

The Role of the Environment in Parkinson’s Disease. Susan, a 66 year-old office worker, is experiencing problems controlling her hands and arms.

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A GUIDE FOR PATIENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES

PARKINSON'S DISEASE HANDBOOK A GUIDE FOR PATIENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES Roger C. Duvoisin, MD William Dow Lovett Professor and Chairman Emeritus Lawrence I. Golbe, MD Associate Professor Margery H. Mark, MD Associate Professor Jacob I. Sage, MD Professor and Director, Division of Movement Disorders ...

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