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    Michael J. Fox Foundation Announces Major Expansion of Parkinson’s Progression Markers Initiative (PPMI), Landmark Study toward Better Treatments and Prevention of Disease

    $450-million study aims to triple enrollment at nearly 50 sites across 12 countries, plus recruit 100,000 participants online (michaeljfox.org/PPMI) Any U.S. resident over age 18 is needed —…

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    The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research Honors Glenda Halliday, PhD, with Robert A. Pritzker Prize for Leadership in Parkinson’s

    New York (October 25, 2021) — The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research (MJFF) announces the 2021 Robert A. Pritzker Prize for Leadership in Parkinson’s Research award to Glenda Margaret…

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    La Fundación Michael J. Fox lanza una nueva guía, "Parkinson 360: Testimonios reales para pacientes y familiares"

    Un recurso recién traducido al español ofrece reflexiones sincera e informativas de primera mano y estrategias prácticas sobre cómo entender y vivir con la enfermedad de Parkinson Se invita a los…

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    The Michael J. Fox Foundation Launches New Guide, “Parkinson 360: Testimonios Para Pacientes y Familias,” to Provide Insights and Practical Strategies for Spanish-Speaking Patients and Families on Navigating the Parkinson’s Journey

    Newly translated resource in Spanish offers informative, candid first-hand reflections and practical strategies on understanding and living with Parkinson’s disease Patients and families are…

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    The Michael J. Fox Foundation Launches Interactive Resources on “Off” Time in Parkinson’s Disease to Encourage Understanding and Dialogue Between Patients, Families and Doctors

    With an estimated 6 million people worldwide living with Parkinson’s, and nearly all experiencing their own version of the disease and its variability in symptoms, resources to help improve…

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    The Michael J. Fox Foundation’s Edmond J. Safra Fellowship in Movement Disorders Grows to Meet Global Demand for Parkinson’s Care and Research

    The Edmond J. Fellowship in Movement Disorders has reached a milestone of more than 20 new Parkinson’s specialists graduated around the world to date Generous funding support from the Edmond J…

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    California Funds Parkinson's Disease Registry with Advocacy and Support from The Michael J. Fox Foundation

    California Governor Newsom signs funding bill including $8.4 million over four years to accelerate data collection effort toward a Parkinson’s cure In addition to funding hundreds of millions in…

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