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Education & Inspiration

Real Talk from Patients

Members of The Michael J. Fox Foundation community share their experiences with Parkinson's.

  • Ask the MD: Depression and Parkinson's

    Why I Choose to Remain Silent (For Now)

    "Those words don’t change who I am, and they don’t define me. I don't hate Parkinson's. It sucks; but I have no choice but to embrace it."

  • Jimmy Choi with his hands in the air cheering, while walking on to the American Ninja Warrior course.

    What I Learned from "American Ninja Warrior" about Living with Parkinson’s Disease

    Team Fox member and "American Ninja Warrior" competitor, Jimmy Choi, shares his tips for navigating life with Parkinson's.

  • The Michael J. Fox Foundation Pride logo.

    Parkinson’s Disease Does Not Discriminate: MJFF Honors the LGBTQ+ Community

    Parkinson’s disease doesn’t discriminate by race, gender, age or sexual orientation. At The Michael J. Fox Foundation (MJFF), we often say, “when you’ve met one person with Parkinson’s, you’ve met…

  • Cover of the book "VIVID" by MJFF Board of Directors chairman Jeff Keefer.

    MJFF Board Chairman Publishes Eye-Popping Photography from around the World

    A portion of proceeds from Jeff Keefer’s book benefits MJFF.

  • Person with Parkinson's Mark Robinson holding his guitar.

    Making His Mark: How One Man Uses Music to Inspire Others

    Though his Parkinson's symptoms limited his ability to play guitar, Mark Robinson's positive attitude and tenacity enabled him to finish his 14-song album.

  • Team Fox supporter Maureen Ashdown.

    My Documentary: How The Michael J. Fox Foundation Is Outfoxing Parkinson's

    Maureen Ashdown is a Team Fox fundraiser who filmed a short documentary on her work with Team Fox.

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