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Tango For Parkinson's Disease

Survey Examines Patient Perceptions of Nutrition and Diet in Managing the Symptoms of Parkinsonís Disease

7th Annual Princeton Dines Out for Parkinson's Research Will Be Held on Friday, April 22 Through Thursday, April 28, 2016

The 22nd Parkinsonís Unity Walk to Take Place on Saturday, April 23rd in New York Cityís Central Park

Participants Invited to Take Survey on Cognition and Parkinsonís Disease

2015 Carnegie Center 5K and Fun Run for The Parkinson Alliance Raised Over $95,000 in Support of Parkinsonís Research

Podcast Focusing on Cultivating Patience for Well Being in Parkinson's Disease

"Outside the Box" Reception Supports Parkinson's Disease Research

Central Coast Follies Dancing for a Cure 2015

The Parkinson Alliance Survey Reports a Relationship Between Patience and Well-Being in Parkinsonís Disease

Bucks County Roadrunners Clubís Thanksgiving Day Five Miler and One Mile Fun Run to Benefit The Parkinson Alliance

ďHow Sweet It Is,Ē Brandywine Senior Living at Princetonís Successful Tricky Tray Fundraiser

16th Carnegie Center 5K and Fun Run Will Be Held on September 26 To Raise Awareness and Funds for Parkinsonís Disease Research

Journal Plus Magazine Highlights The Central Coast Follies

Participants Invited to Take Survey on Nutrition and Parkinsonís Disease

First Annual Play 4 Parkinson's

The Parkinson Alliance Reports Findings Pertaining to Exercise in Parkinson's Disease

Social Media Contest in Support of 6th Annual Princeton Dines Out for Parkinsonís Research

Every Step Counts at the 21st Parkinsonís Unity Walk on April 25th at Central Park in New York City

Report Released by Brookings Institution Details National Medical Device Surveillance System Plan

The Parkinson Alliance Participated in Podcast Featuring Top 2014 DBS Surveys

PD Community News

Common Gene Variation May Predict Parkinsonís Severity and Progression

Blood Test to Detect Parkinson's Disease Could Lead to Earlier Treatment

New England and Canada Parkinsonís Cruise

Cynapsus Therapeuticsí APL-130277 Phase III Study Focus of Presentation

Acorda Therapeuticsí CVT-301 Data Will Be Featured at American Academy of Neurology

Pfizer and IBM Launch Innovative Research Project to Transform Parkinson's Disease Care

Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinsonís Research and Parkinsonís Action Network Announce Plans for Integration

The Parkinson Alliance (Responsible for the Parkinsonís Unity Walk, Team Parkinson, and DBS4PD.org) Joins Unified Parkinsonís Advocacy Council

U.S. WorldMeds and Zambon Partner to Bring Newron Pharmaceuticalsí Parkinsonís Disease Treatment Xadago to the U.S.

Titan Pharmaceuticals Receives Feedback from FDA on Ropinirole Implant Development Program for PD

Parkinsonís Disease Drug Xadago Now Available in Italy as Add-On Therapy to Levodopa

Neurolixis Announces Publications Demonstrating Effects of NLX-112 in Parkinson's Disease Models

Respiratory Drug Focus of New Clinical Trial for Parkinsonís Disease

New Gene Therapy Clinical Trial

Researchers Identify Biomarker for Early Cognitive Decline in Parkinson's Disease Patients

Mitochondrial DNA Levels in the Blood Help to Detect Onset of Parkinsonís Disease



Study Determines Saliva Gland Test Can Spot Early Parkinson's Disease

APDA Establishes Research Fund in Memory of Joel Gerstel

Acorda Therapeutics to Acquire Biotie Therapies

New Jersey Health Foundation/The Nicholson Foundation Award $50,000 to Advance Research to Slow Brain Degeneration in Parkinson's Disease

Dementia Drug May Improve Gait in Parkinson's Patients

Dementia Drug May Improve Gait in Parkinson's Patients

NJIT's School of Management to be Named: The Martin Tuchman School of Management

Adamas Announces Positive Phase 3 Results for Treatment of Levodopa-induced Dyskinesia in Patients With PD

Pioneering Neuroprotective Results Achieved in Parkinson's Disease Preclinical Studies

UCB Trials Wearable Sensor for Parkinson's Disease

LSVT LOUDģ Symposium for People Living With Parkinsonís Disease Scheduled for 12.11.15 in New York City

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