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Read expert commentary, insights and general announcements on how the Foundation is paving the way for Parkinson's research.


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    AARP Features Impact of COVID-19 on Parkinson’s: “This is a really resilient community. People are strong and they're fighters."

    A recent AARP article highlights how COVID-19 has impacted people with Parkinson’s disease while referencing a Fox Insight survey launched in 2020.

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    MJFF Attends Parkinson’s Meeting with the World Health Organization

    The Michael J. Fox Foundation met with the World Health Organization to discuss issues impacting Parkinson’s policy and research.

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    Teens Create Posture Vest for Parkinson’s in Honor of Their Grandmother

    Teens Nellie and Bailey Fisher created a wearable device as part of a science project to help people with Parkinson’s disease.

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    MJFF’s Dr. Rachel Dolhun Shares What to Know about Cognition and Parkinson’s in AARP Article

    Rachel Dolhun, MD, movement disorder specialist and senior vice president of medical communications at The Michael J. Fox Foundation (MJFF) and other neurology experts were recently featured in AARP.

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    Discovery+ Goes on a Timeless Journey Through “Expedition: Back to the Future” to Support MJFF

    Today, Discovery+ is bringing the DeLorean back to life through the four-part “Expedition: Back to the Future.” Now streaming, the limited series will honor the film and support The Michael J. Fox…

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    Women’s History Month: Celebrating the Women Who Shape MJFF’s Parkinson’s Community

    This March, in celebration of Women’s History Month, The Michael J. Fox Foundation (MJFF) is sharing stories from women in our community including the experiences of people with Parkinson’s, care…

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