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ParkinsonLink: Help Select the Next Six PD ExpertBriefings

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More than 10,000 of you have viewed at least one PD ExpertBriefing. What should we cover in our next series of six? Cast your vote today and remember to sign up for the final seminar in the current series, “Complementary Approaches to Parkinson's,” taking place on Tuesday, June 28 at 1 PM EDT.


Help us Choose the Next Six PD ExpertBriefing Topics!

Each September, PDF begins a new series of six PD ExpertBriefings (online seminars) for the Parkinson’s community, led by experts in science and care. Help us plan the next series by telling us which topics are important to you and your loved ones affected by Parkinson's.

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(Please choose no more than six topics to make results relevant).


Join Next Week’s “Complementary Approaches to Parkinson’s”

Are there strategies you can use, in combination with your medication plan, to help ease Parkinson’s symptoms? Find out by joining PDF for “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.

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Watch one of PDF's 20 online seminars covering topics such as pain, physical therapy, cognition and more.

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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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