April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month

Research!America Blog

by Amy Comstock Rick, CEO of Parkinson’s Action Network

Amy Comstock Rick Headshot (2)April is now about halfway over but there is still plenty of time to help raise awareness for Parkinson’s disease and the millions affected.

Parkinson’s disease is a chronic, progressive neurological disorder and the second most prevalent degenerative neurological disease after Alzheimer’s. So far this year, people all over the country have honored loved ones with Parkinson’s disease by helping the Parkinson’s Action Network (PAN) and the other national Parkinson’s disease organizations spread awareness of the disease and its impact on our nation.

PAN, a nonprofit advocacy organization based in Washington, DC, would like thank the hundreds of grassroots advocates who have already asked their local and state governments to proclaim April as Parkinson’s Awareness Month. A sampling of all local proclamations can be found on the PAN website, and you can view images of our grassroots leaders receiving their…

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