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    utstudent posted:
    hello good afternoon.. I am a student, studying general rehabilitation.. I'm my medical aspects class my teacher wants for us to do a project regarding any medical condition.. I chose Parkinson's, it is a very interesting condition for me and I would like to know more. If it is ok and you are willing to share some stories and answer some questions that I have I would really appreciate it. thanks for your time and God Bless you and all your family
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    luv2fishpublic responded:
    My husband is in the early stages, diagnosed last fall. He doesn't mind answering questions if there is something he can do to help.
     
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    lovedogs1955 responded:
    Thank you for picking PD as your area to study! This disease is different for each and every one of us, as you can most likely see by reading the various posts and discusions here. I am an RN, and had to retire 100% disabled several years ago. I can tell you that I never knew much about PD and it has been a learning experience for me.

    If you haven't already, take time to read what's already posted on this community. I'm sure many of us won't mind sharing our experiences.
     
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    utstudent replied to luv2fishpublic's response:
    hello luv2fishpublic, first of all thank you for taking the time on reading my post! I'm sure your husband will be great help!! is there any email address that I can reach you guys? or if you don't mind emailing me to vaayala@broncs.utpa.edu once again thank you and God bless you and your family!
     
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    luv2fishpublic replied to utstudent's response:
    Check you Inbox from luv2fishpublic.
     
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    There are none so blind as those that will not see
     
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    donnadee49 responded:
    Hello. My name is Donna Dee , I live in Daytona beach Fla. I am 65 and was diagnosed 8 years ago with P.D. I would be proud to help you study this disease.I live in an assisted living facility so I have LOTS of time
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