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Readers Respond to Fall 2011 Newsletter

I wanted to express to you how much I enjoyed, "A Note to My Friends About Parkinson's."  Mr. Gall managed to describe a rather complex disease in simple terms in approximately twelve paragraphs!  He included facts, details, humor and a revealing "self portrait" of a man coping with a serious disease.  Very impressive!
Murlowe L. von Stuck, Ph.D., D.Min., via email
 
Great story by Peter Gall in PDF News & Review ... uplifting ... can relate.
Sandra Milner Adams, via Facebook
 
Mr. Elliott, your article entitled, "The Problem of Failed Trials: One Piece of the Solution," was brilliant!  I am totally in agreement with every point on which you elaborated.  I like what you said, "engaging people living with Parkinson’s in research decision-making is not just a warm and fuzzy idea; it is a vital means to improving the design, conduct and outcomes of clinical research down the road."  I have been saying this for years!  And I am honored to be a part of this group of "scientists."
Peggy Willocks, PDF People with Parkinson's Advisory Council Member and Research Advocate, via Email

 

PDF Research Advocates Use Twitter to Wish Luck to Newest Colleagues

Have a great session [at the Learning Institute]! 27 lucky people will have a transformational experience!
Diane Cook, (@newPWP), via Twitter
 
Best wishes for a successful Learning Institute that started today.  Looking forward to working with the newest group.
Israel Robledo, (@pd2007), via Twitter

Diane and Israel are PDF research advocates who underwent training via the Learning Institute.

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