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Find answers. Change lives. Beat Parkinson's.
Find answers. Change lives. Beat Parkinson's.

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Together we can beat Parkinson's!
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Check back for daily tips to honor Parkinson's Awareness Month! #PDawareness #BeatParkinsons  
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Tips for Parkinson's Awareness Month - 2015
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Enjoy these tips for Parkinson's Awareness Month!
#PDAwareness #BeatParkinsons  
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We are proud to announce that our National Medical Director, Dr. Michael S. Okun, is being recognized as a Champion of Change for Parkinson's disease at the White House today.

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Get more tips like this at www.parkinson.org/whateverittakes

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Read the latest Caregiver Blog article: Keeping Watch, by Carrie Jackson.

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WE NEED YOUR HELP! We’re excited to announce that NPF has been nominated to receive a $75,000 donation from DSW Designer Shoe Warehouse, but we need the most votes to win! Please help us win by voting once per day until Nov. 25 and help spread the word to your friends.

#BeatParkinsons
#ShoeLoversCare

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We are proud to premiere this PSA from U.S. Senator Cory Booker (NJ) about Parkinson’s disease. Senator Booker’s father had Parkinson’s, and he is committed to doing whatever it takes to beat Parkinson’s. Watch the PSA and let us know what you think!

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November is National Family Caregiver Month, our time to celebrate and honor the wonderful people who care for their loved ones. This year, we would like to recognize that caregivers “give us strength” - so share a story or thank your care partner in the comments!
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Please join us in welcoming our two new board members: Mindy McIlroy and Alberto Dosal. As our chairman John Kozyak says, "Their combined experience will help move the mission of NPF forward to make life better for people with Parkinson’s and their families.”
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