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On the third Thursday of every month at 12 p.m. ET, join our free live webinars to learn about various aspects of living with Parkinson's disease and our work to speed medical breakthroughs. Log on, listen to the expert discussion and submit your own questions to our panelists.

Third Thursdays Webinars are available for CME credit for practicing health care professionals. Register to learn more.

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    2018 Research Year in Review and Look Ahead

    In this webinar, our expert panelists discuss progress this year in developing new treatments and tests for Parkinson's and look ahead to 2019.

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    More Symptom Control: Treating Parkinson's 'Off' Episodes

    In this webinar, our expert panelists discuss what causes "off" episodes (when symptoms aren't well controlled), how to manage and treat these fluctuations, and the therapies in…

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    Cramping More than Your Style: Dystonia Causes and Care

    On this webinar, panelists discussed dystonia: a movement disorder on its own and a Parkinson's symptom that causes muscle cramping. Hear about the latest treatments and research to better…

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    Urinary Problems in Parkinson's Disease

    This is a replay from our archives on urinary problems and Parkinson’s. Our panelists discuss how and why Parkinson's causes urinary problems, how this symptom can be managed and ongoing…

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    Immune System's Role in Parkinson's

    Our experts discuss the connection between Parkinson's and the immune system -- its role in disease and how we may developing measures and identify drug targets in this area. They also talk…

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    Exercise for Parkinson's Disease

    In this special MJFF Third Thursday Webinar, we hear from Team Fox Athlete and Person with Parkinson's Disease Jimmy Choi about his journey to compete on NBC's obstacle course competition …

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