Between Nov 15 and Nov 30, you are encouraged to bid online for one (or more) of 74 small wooden border post sculptures, which have been customised by professional and amateur artists in support of Parkinson’s research.
Teacher and mum of three girls, Magali was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease at 35 years old. Six years later she has accepted her condition, found ways to cope with it but wonders how long she can continue to work and what the future will hold. Her secret to living with it is to stay positive.
Head of Neurology at Liege university hospital Professor Maertens discusses his experiences of caring for Parkinson’s Disease patients; his hopes for earlier detection of, and protection against, the condition; and the need for more funding for research, as well as to better support patients, their families and caregivers.