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ParkinsonLink: Live from the 2nd World Parkinson Congress
Are you keeping up with PDF's daily coverage of the 2nd World Parkinson Congress? If you weren't able to make it to Scotland this week, PDF is bringing the latest Parkinson's news to you!
All week, PDF is reporting from the 2nd World Parkinson Congress (WPC) in Glasglow, Scotland, sharing scientific updates, interviewing attendees, posting photos of the Parkinson's Quilt display and more. PDF staff and our on-the-ground reporters - members of our People with Parkinson's Advisory Council and Clinical Research Learning Institute - are working around the clock to get information to you.
How can you keep up with news from the WPC?
- Read the PDF Blog: Make sure to check the blog daily for the latest reports of presentations - like those on early diagnosis and environmental factors - and perspectives from our on-the-ground reporters, all of whom live with or are affected by Parkinson's.
- Friend us on Facebook: View photos of the Parkinson's Quilt display and opening ceremony, and get real-time updates of WPC events.
- Follow @PDFparkinson on Twitter: Find out what's going on right now at the WPC by following PDF on its new Twitter page!
PDF is a leading supporter of the World Parkinson Congress, joining 157 organizations from 46 countries.
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