Dear Friend of PDF,
Join PDF for an educational symposium, "Taking Charge of Your Parkinsonís Disease," to be webcast on Saturday, April 4 from Houston, TX.
Not in your neighborhood? No problem! You can watch the event - live or later - on the web, for free! Upcoming Live Webcast
The Parkinsonís Disease Foundation (PDF) invites people with Parkinson's, family members and allied health professionals to an educational symposium, "Taking Charge of Your Parkinsonís Disease," to be webcast on Saturday, April 4, from Houston, TX
This event, hosted in collaboration with the Houston Area Parkinson Society, will explore actions - such as changes in diet, exercise and creative activities - that may improve your daily life with Parkinsonís.
ďTaking Charge of Your Parkinsonís Disease,Ē is the final in a series of educational symposia and webcasts, entitled Parkinsonís Science: Innovations and New Perspectives Ė designed to bring Parkinson's experts to four US cities to discuss the latest advances in research and treatmentsRecent Webcasts Available For Viewing
Interested in learning about genetics, treatments, surgery for PD, or nommotor symptoms? Surgical Advances in Parkinson's Disease*
Watch one of our previous webcasts - available for you to view on your computer any time of day.
Questions about watching at home or with a support group? Contact us at email@example.com or (800) 457-6676.
Hosted by PDF and the Northwest Parkinson's Foundation on October 11, 2008
Watch Surgical Advances in Parkinson's DiseaseWhat's New in Parkinson's Research: A Closer Look at Genetics and PD*
Hosted by PDF on September 25, 2008
Watch What's New in Parkinson's ResearchMind, Mood and Body: Understanding Nonmotor Symptoms of PD*
Hosted by PDF and the Michigan Parkinson Foundation on May 9, 2008
Watch Mind, Mood and BodyWhat is in the PD Pipeline?*
Hosted by PDF and the Parkinson Association of the Carolinas on May 9, 2008
Watch What's In the PD Pipeline?
* The content and management of these symposia and webcasts are under the exclusive direction of the Parkinsonís Disease Foundation and its regional partners and are made possible by a generous grant from UCB, Inc.
If you have or believe you have Parkinsonís disease, then promptly consult a physician and follow your physicianís advice. This email is not a subsitute for a physicianís diagnosis of Parkinsonís disease or for a physicianís description of drugs, treatment or operations for Parkinsonís.