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Monday, May 1, 2017

WATCH NOW: Michael J. Fox and MJFF CEO Share the Parkinson's Experience and Promise for a Cure

May 1, 2017

With another high-octane Parkinson's Awareness Month behind us, The Michael J. Fox Foundation is powering forward with a reinvigorated commitment to accelerating the cure for Parkinson's disease (PD). We hope you feel the same!

A few weeks ago, our Foundation had the opportunity to address the research team at Verily (formerly known as Google Life Sciences) in Silicon Valley. Michael offered his open and wise perspective on life with PD, while our CEO, Todd Sherer, PhD, provided updates from the front lines of research -- including the work already under way at our Foundation to leverage emerging technology for the benefit of everyone with Parkinson's.

Watch this entire special event, courtesy of Talks at Google. Then, forward it to your networks and encourage them to learn more about Parkinson's disease.

And in case you missed it, view other educational content from April including the multimedia toolkit Parkinson's 360, Todd's commentary in Scientific American on Parkinson's 200th year, or Michael's "six strategies for overcoming adversity" as discussed in AARP The Magazine. 

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