Welcome to The Demoucelle Parkinson Charity Together with patients, their families, friends and colleagues, we believe in - and are working to ensure - a world in which Parkinson's Disease can be cured!

We provide funding to the world’s most promising research projects; offer our services pro-bono to improve scientists' leadership & communication skills; and raise awareness about the impact and rising incidence of this neurodegenerative condition.
Recognising that the need for funding far outstrips government and private sector resources, we wish to emulate the success of our partner The Michael J. Fox Foundation and encourage as many people as possible to join the effort to find a cure for Parkinson's Disease.

Be Present. Be Active. Beat Parkinson's.

-- Warmest regards, Patrick & Anne-Marie Demoucelle

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Doctors need humility & understanding of patient psychology says Parkinson’s Disease specialist Pr. Maertens

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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.