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The Michael J. Fox Foundation is dedicated to finding better treatments and, ultimately, a cure for Parkinson’s disease. Social Info:
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MJFF will be attending the Movement Disorder Society International Congress in Nice, France. Meet our staff at Non-profit Table #1 to learn more about our funding programs and educational initiatives.
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Over 150 individuals went to Capitol Hill last week to advocate in support of our community as part of the 2019 Policy Forum. Learn more about their experience on the Hill and how you can take action from home.
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Thinking and memory changes are potential non-movement symptoms of . Read our latest and download the new guide for tips to help you and your loved ones manage cognition changes in Parkinson’s.
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“Answering the questions totally makes me feel like it’s possible to make a difference here.”- Carol Whitlatch, a dementia researcher and person living with , discusses her experience participating in powered by .
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Register for our upcoming webinar on Thursday, September 19, where our VP of Medical Communications and movement disorder specialist will speak with expert panelists about the latest research and treatments for cognitive changes.
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“Impossible is not a declaration. It’s a dare.” Michael J. Fox echoed these famous words from iconic boxer and humanitarian Muhammad Ali as he accepted the first ever “Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Award for Courage.” Watch his full message.
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Thank you to all who attended + You in Atlanta today. We hope you found the program useful and made connections with community members & local resources. See where we’ll be next:
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So proud to be a part of the first Parkinson's IQ + You event in Atlanta!
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Larry Gifford begins our educational panel to hear from members of the community about their experiences
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IQ + YOU inaugural event in Atlanta! Great enthusiasm and programming!
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Making connections in your local community is what + You is all about.
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Today, MJFF is in Atlanta for our first + You event! Check our website to see if we’ll be in your hometown soon:
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Congratulations to for being honored with the first ever Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Award for Courage. We are grateful for all you do to support the community. Thank you!
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Charles Leblow felt empowered by joining Fox Insight powered by , which provides researchers with a more holistic picture of . Read about his experience participating in PD .
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Thank you , Dr Singleton and for joining ’s SPIT podcast! research is important to my family and a longtime research priority for
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We're at on Capitol Hill today to remind Members of Congress and their staff why it is so important to and invest in research. You can take action here:
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Not everyone with will experience cognition difficulties, but for those who do, there are a range of potential changes. Download our new guide on cognition in PD to learn more about navigating these changes and connect with ongoing research.
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In less than a minute, you can influence public policy. Join us, and thousands of advocates today as we advance progress toward a cure. Contact your lawmakers and urge them to increase research funding:
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Remember to contact your lawmakers today about issues that matter to the community. Together, we can improve access to care for people living with PD.
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