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Being diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease is a life-changing event but it is very possible to maintain a good quality of life.
People who develop Parkinson's will most likely need medication for the rest of their lives. Today, the symptoms of the condition can be very effectively relieved and through medication.
Initially Parkinson’s treatments may work well, but over time side effects may emerge.
RT @ParkinsonsUK: Let's #UniteforParkinsons this World Parkinson's Day, on 11 April 2017. https://t.co/7v1WS5ELLi @euparkinsons
RT @parkinsons_life: If you're in Cambridge on 11 April make sure you attend this #free research #lecture from our friends @ParkinsonsUK #U…
@euparkinsons at the #EuropeanParliament The Parkinson's disease Composite Scale is a great tool to also address non-motor symptoms
Join our campaign on World Parkinson's Day – 11 April 2017 – and let's #UniteForParkinsons
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