WEBINAR – Tune in for the Michael J Fox Foundation 2016 round-up

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Author: Almaz OhenePublished: 13 December 2016

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The final ‘Third Thursday’ webinar of 2016 is a 90-minute special that looks back at the scientific advances of the past year


Hosted by journalist and principal moderator for Partners in Parkinson’s, Dave Iverson, this 90-minute webinar rounds up each of the topics discussed with experts throughout the year.

– November 2016
Alpha-synuclein: Stopping the Sticky Protein behind Parkinson’s

– October 2016
Blood Pressure and Parkinson’s

– September 2016
How Doctors Choose Medications

– August 2016
Other Parkinsonisms

– July 2016
Pain and Fatigue

– June 2016
Depression and Anxiety

– May 2016
Parkinson’s Hallucinations and Delusions

– April
Parkinson’s Personalised Medicine

­– March 2016
Parkinson’s Diagnosis

– February 2016
Stem Cells

– January 2016
Dyskinesia

It’s free to join in the live webinar, just register here up to 15 minutes before its start time at 12:00 EST on 15 December. Listeners can submit their own questions to the experts while the discussion is happening in real time. And if you can’t make it for the live broadcast, catch the recording in the library archive here.


Listen to more from the series: Tune in to a live webinar on alpha-synuclein – the ‘Parkinson’s protein’

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