Parkinson’s Life Reader Survey: find out if you’re a winner

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Author: Parkinson's Life editorsPublished: 3 March 2016

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Thank you for taking part in our 2016 Readers Survey – find out below if you won our competition

A massive thank you to everyone who took part in our first ever reader survey. Your responses have provided us with invaluable feedback that will help us make Parkinson’s Life even better.

Competition winners were drawn at random with one overall winner, and three runners-up.

The Winners

We had entries from all over the world, and we’re pleased the winners reflect our internationally diverse readership. Winners were drawn at random with one overall winner, and three runners-up.

1st prize (all three books, plus an Amazon voucher): Christine Rosenbaum from the USA

2nd prize (all three books): Maki Kasa from the USA

3rd prize (all three books): Cvetka Pavlina Likar from Slovenia

4th prize (two books): David Mann from Northern Ireland

All winners will be contacted directly via email with details on how to claim their prize.

Here’s a recap of the prizes:

My Degeneration: A Journey Through Parkinson’s
by Peter Dunlap-Shohl

Following the launch of his new graphic novel, the political cartoonist Peter Dunlap-Shohl recalls the ups and downs of writing and drawing through pain caused by his Parkinson’s.

My Degeneration front cover

Take Charge of Parkinson’s Disease: Dynamic Lifestyle Changes to Put You in the Driver’s Seat
by Anne Mikkelsen and Carolyn J Stinson

As featured in ‘Beating burnout nine ways to stat positive when caring for your partner’. Caring for your partner can be challenging, but it doesn’t have to be a burden. Dr Nanette J Davis looks at nine positive aspects of caring, based on personal experiences shared by Anne Mikkelsen. In a food-based article the author’s explain why fish has often been classified as ‘brain food’.

Take Charge of PD_Small front cover

10 Breakthrough Therapies for Parkinson’s Disease
by Dr Michael Okun

The internationally-renowned neurologist and leading Parkinson’s researcher explains treatment breakthroughs from disease-modifying drugs from coffee to marijuana.

10 Breakthrough therapies

Once again, thank you to all who took part!

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