Joe Leuck’s opponent is Parkinson's. Joe serves as inspiration to others and will be participating in Moving Day Milwaukee. Family and friends have raised almost $6,000 in his name to help the Foundation fight Parkinson’s.
Sheboygan Press: Sheboygan Man Bikes to Battle Parkinson’s: "I Will Never Surrender"
As Parkinson’s Awareness Month begins, Parkinson’s Life speaks to the Parkinson’s Foundation CEO John Lehr and Chief Scientific Officer James Beck, PhD, about the organization’s current goals and getting involved in the #UniteForParkinsons and #StartAConversation campaigns.
April is Parkinson’s Disease Awareness Month, a time to think about how much you know about the disease.
You may know about the tremors and stiffness that gradually take over patients’ bodies. You may know about famous people with the disease, including Michael J. Fox.
Dave Duplay sits down with John L. Lehr, President & CEO of the Parkinson's Foundation, to talk about the challenges faced by those affected by Parkinson's disease, and what the Parkinson's Foundation is doing to help raise awareness and find a cure.
This is a guest column by John L. Lehr, CEO of the Parkinson’s Foundation, marking Parkinson’s Awareness Month.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have pledged their support to the search for a cure for PD through donations and their effort to get people in motion at Moving Day.
The Parkinson’s Foundation named Cleveland Clinic one of the three Centers of Excellence, a designation that recognizes leaders in providing high-quality Parkinson’s care.
DBS Article for Parkinson’s disease citing information from Parkinson's Foundation.
New initiative “Live Well. Do Tell.” will encourage the PD community to improve conversations about Parkinson’s symptoms among the circle of care, including people with Parkinson’s. The Parkinson’s Foundation is part of the initiative’s steering committee.
"The Parkinson’s Foundation provides information including news about the disease, information about upcoming events, insight into the latest research, and education about what to expect."
Insights from a new study — by the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom — about the role of calcium in brain cells' signaling mechanisms brings us closer to understanding the causes of Parkinson's disease, including statistics from the Parkinson's Foundation's Parkinson's Outcomes Project.