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When Life Gives You Parkinson's

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Description

10 million people in the World have been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. Yet, so few people seem to know much about it. Join me, Larry Gifford, as I share my personal journey into what it’s like to live and work with Parkinson’s disease as a 40-something husband and father with a career.

Customer Reviews

Parkinson’s

I have had Parkinson’s for about 4 years now and enjoying listening to this podcast. I can relate to a lot is said. It scares the hell out of me not knowing my future.
I have become a regular listener.

Dave K

Love this podcast. Very informative.

I love listening to this podcast it is a good insight into Parkinson’s. My dad is much older but has the beginnings of the disease. There is currently some new information I just watched on the news about Parkinson’s and the appendix. (CTV News November 1) Very interesting.

Marie N.

Grow old along with me.....

This podcast is extremely well done and as much as I want to listen I also find it very difficult to hear you going through all the realization of how Parkinson’s is changing your lives.
My dad had Parkinson’s for 26 yrs and his sister also had it. My brother in law had it and now my sweet gentle husband has it. I know that everyone gets different symptoms but it still comes down to an enormous sense of loss. It’s like I’m watching him leave me and there’s nothing I can do. The accompanying Lewy Body Dementia only makes things worse and I realize ....... “the best is yet to be”... has passed for us. But you, you’re doing the right thing in your communication with your wife, family, friends and now the rest of us. Keep your chin up (not an easy feat with Parkinson’s) and know that what you are doing is a wonderful thing. You give the rest of us encouragement. Please remember that there’s always someone worse off than you & me. We have love. Thank you Larry.

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