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ParkinsonLink: Bringing the WPC to You
Interested in hearing the latest from doctors, researchers, health care professionals and people affected by Parkinson’s? Be sure to stay tuned next week to PDF’s coverage of the 2nd World Parkinson Congress in Glasgow, Scotland!
Bringing the 2nd World Parkinson Congress to You
In just five days, members of the Parkinson’s community will gather for the 2nd World Parkinson Congress in Glasgow, Scotland. Can’t make it to Scotland? PDF will bring the WPC to you.
We’ll be reporting straight from Glasgow, providing scientific updates, interviews with attendees, photos of the Parkinson’s Quilt display and more. We are happy that we’ll have help from our on-the-ground reporters – members of our People With Parkinson’s Advisory Council and Clinical Research Learning Institute.
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