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ParkinsonLink: Join an Online Seminar on Tuesday, June 28
Dear Friend of PDF,
Are there strategies you can use, in combination with your medication plan, to help ease Parkinson’s symptoms? Find out by joining PDF for an online seminar on Tuesday, June 28 at 1 PM EDT.
Complementary Approaches to Parkinson's
You are invited to participate in “Complementary Approaches to Parkinson’s” on Tuesday June 28 at 1 PM EDT. This one-hour PD ExpertBriefing – available online or by phone – will be led by Melanie M. Brandabur, M.D., of The Parkinson's Institute and Clinical Center in Sunnyvale, CA.
Dr. Brandabur’s philosophy of care arises from her strong beliefs in patient education and a multidisciplinary approach to treatment. Working closely with colleagues in Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Rehabilitative Medicine and Neurosurgery, she offers a multidisciplinary approach to the treatment of Parkinson’s.
Support Research through the (Doubled!) Brilliant Challenge
Thanks to you and more than 840 other donors, PDF surpassed the initial goal of the Irving G. Brilliant Parkinson’s Research Challenge. If we raise just $15,000 more in the next three weeks, we can put $400,000 toward research. Will you help by forwarding this email to others who might support PD research?
Watch one of PDF's 20 online seminars covering topics such as pain, physical therapy, cognition and more.
This year's PD ExpertBriefing series has been made possible by educational grants from Abbott Laboratories, Teva Neuroscience and UCB Inc.
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If you have or believe you have Parkinson’s disease, then promptly consult a physician and follow your physician’s advice. This email is not a substitute for a physician’s diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease or for a physician’s prescription of drugs, treatment or operations for Parkinson’s.