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Disease has no borders. This will be a place open to all the people who are concerned and interested by the disease of Parkinson. Being told that you have Parkinson's disease can be overwhelming. You may feel many conflicting emotions, ranging from disbelief and denial to fear, anxiety, and sadness. You may find it a relief that a reason for the problems you have been experiencing has been identified. You may be concerned about becoming physically, emotionally, and economically dependent on others. It is only natural to worry about the responses of loved ones, employers, and work colleagues, and, if symptoms are obvious, about the reactions of total strangers Parkinson's disease is a very individual condition and affects everyone differently—if someone else you know or someone in your family has had Parkinson's disease, do not assume that you will experience the same symptoms or problems. Learn to recognize your own symptoms and share any observations with your doctor and healthcare team. Although you may often feel anxious or discouraged, try not to let others—including your family and your doctors—make important decisions for you.

VERY IMPORTANT : YOU WILL BE ACCEPT AS A MEMBER ONLY WHEN YOU ARE DIRECTLY INVOLVED IN PARKINSON DISEASE : PATIENTS-FAMILY-MEDICAL : DOCTERS-NURSES-STUDENTS-CAREPARTNERS. WHEN YOU SUBSCRIBE PLEASE INFORM WHO YOU ARE AND WHY YOU WANT TO BECOME A MEMBER



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PARKIESRADIO : MUSIC TO LISTEN AND TO RELAX PRESENTED BY DJ WHO HAVE PD
http://www.jopark.eu/radio/radioplayer.htm

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