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Siddhi Sankalkar Apr 11
A disease named after the surgeon James Parkinson Who wrote an essay on ‘shaking palsy’ after observing 6 persons Let’s resolve to create awareness about this medical condition As that would be the best way of honouring the man who cared for everyone
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Matt Hancock Apr 11
Two people are diagnosed with every hour. On I’m supporting ’s campaign to raise awareness and support for those affected.
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Chris Kendall 🇪🇺 Apr 11
Thinking of my Dad today, who never got to meet his grandson.
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Sky Sports News Apr 11
"I couldn't ask anyone for help, nobody knew I had Parkinson's" is hoping to raise more awareness for on , eight years after he was told he would only have 2-3 years left in presenting.
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Dave Clark Apr 11
Blown away by all your lovely messages this evening. Thanks for your amazing support x
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Kristin Raworth Apr 11
My step mother has struggled with Parkinson’s for three years. A year ago my family made the difficult decision that my step mother needed consistent care. On I want to thank the staff at the Glenrose for making that impossible decision so much easier
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Layla Moran 🔶 Apr 11
Today is . I’m so grateful to hilarious Paul Mayhew-Archer who has been so open about his journey - to the point of laughter! Especially his stories of dance class. Here is to all to have it and all who care for those who do. You’re all amazing.
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Norman Lamb Apr 11
Today is . Two people every hour are diagnosed with Parkinson’s and yet the condition is often misunderstood. It’s important we all learn to recognise what .
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NHS Apr 11
It's . Parkinson's disease is a condition in which parts of the brain become progressively damaged over many years. Learn more about this condition here:
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Reece Dinsdale Apr 11
This brilliant man has Parkinson’s. Try as it might, it can do nothing to reduce his magnificence.
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STEMCELL Organoids Apr 11
🧠 Today is ! Cerebral have been shown to be a very helpful 3D model for studying this disease. Here are 3 interesting articles demonstrating so from the past few months 👇
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Geek To Me Radio Apr 11
In recognition of , for each show ticket sold today (04/11) , will contribute $5 to the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Disease!! .
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UGLE – Grand Lodge Apr 11
Today is but did you know that James Parkinson – the first to describe the disease that now bears his name – was a Freemason? An activist on behalf of the under-privileged in London, Parkinson was a member of Lodge of Freedom and Ease, now Moira Lodge No. 92
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English National Ballet Apr 11
We run Dance for Parkinson's classes in Cardiff, Ipswich, Liverpool, London, Oxford, and soon Manchester. Dance classes help promote feelings of freedom from the physical and social constraints of having Parkinson’s. Learn more on
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Liberal Democrats Apr 11
On we must improve understanding of the condition and focus on how we can help those with Parkinson's. a serious medical condition, and one that can have serious mental health repercussions.
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Ruwani Purcell Apr 11
Fantastic support from parliamentarians on , to help more people understand what
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Sky Sports Darts Apr 11
👏 THANK YOU, CLARKY 👏 To mark World Parkinson's Day, the Sky Sports team celebrate and his continued fight against the degenerative disease as well as the need to raise more awareness.
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amani Apr 11
My uncle spoke on my incredibly strong, loving, and courageous god mother’s battle with Parkinson’s today. Give it a listen, gain understanding, and get involved
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Nicky Kyle Gardening Apr 11
“People exposed to these chemicals are at about a 250-percent higher risk of developing Parkinson’s disease than the rest of the population” - And that's without taking possibly combinations into account.
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BBC Apr 11
A clinical trial investigates a new treatment for Parkinson’s disease. Could this be the miracle drug millions of people have been waiting for? is on .
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