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Podcasts

Hear from scientists, doctors and people with Parkinson's on different aspects of life with the disease as well as research toward treatment breakthroughs. Listen through our site or subscribe in iTunes or through your smartphone podcast app.

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  • Podcast: What Is a Protein Anyway?

    Podcast: Vision Problems in Parkinson's Disease


  • Podcast: Addressing a Parkinson's Pandemic

    Podcast: Q&A on Latest in Parkinson's Research

    Staff from The Michael J. Fox Foundation answer questions from the audience at a recent panel discussion on progress in Parkinson's research.

  • Podcast: What Is a Protein Anyway?

    Podcast: Latest in Parkinson's Research

    The Michael J. Fox Foundation's Dr. Marco Baptista, Sohini Chowdhury and Dr. Rachel Dolhun talk to Dave Iverson about recent findings and new programs.

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    Super Awesome Science Show: The Plight of Parkinson's


  • The Michael J. Fox Foundation's Podcast

    Podcast: Better Conversations and Care

    In this Third Thursdays Webinar, physicians and people with Parkinson's discuss strategies to make doctor visits more effective and efficient.

  • The Michael J. Fox Foundation's Podcast

    Podcast: Deep Brain Stimulation and Focused Ultrasound

    Listen to our expert panelists talk about medical devices that can manage certain Parkinson's symptoms.

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