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Invitation to a presentation by the authors of ‘Ending Parkinson’s Disease’

Parkinson’s UK Oxford Branch have asked us to pass on an invitation to a special free online event.

They believe this is too important an event to keep to themselves and so have extended their invitation to the whole of the UK and would love people to join in with the event.  This said, they have limited the audience to 500 for the event.

On February 3rd, two of the authors of the inspirational book “Ending Parkinson’s Disease” will be talking to the Oxford branch of Parkinson’s UK.  This book is said to be perhaps the most significant publication on Parkinson’s since Dr James Parkinson identified the condition in 1817.

Four of the top researchers and advocates in the field offer a bold but actionable plan to Prevent, Advocate, Care, Treat (PACT) one of the great health challenges of our time. They gather the expertise of leading researchers and clinicians to tell the full story of how we got here, what it means and what we can do about it. This is a critical guide for anyone who has or could be touched by this disease, from patients, to families, to healthcare providers, politicians and activists.

Professors Bastiaan Bloem and Ray Dorsey will present their rallying call for action on Parkinson’s,  and answer questions from the online audience

If you are interested, please register ASAP via Eventbrite by using the following link:

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