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Substantial Matters: Life and Science of Parkinson’s

Published: May 15th, 2017

Category: Podcast

In this debut episode of Substantial Matters: Life and Science of Parkinson’s, brought to you by the National Parkinson Foundation, Dr. Michael Okun talks about early warning signs of Parkinson’s and offers practical advice on how to proceed after a diagnosis.

https://com-neurology.sites.medinfo.ufl.edu/files/2017/05/01_-_Okun_-_early_warning_signs_v2.mp3

Every other week,  a new episode of Substantial Matters: Life and Science of Parkinson’s. Hosted Dan Keller, PhD, will be posted at the National Parkinson Foundation’s website.  Mr. Keller interviews Parkinson’s experts to highlight the treatments and techniques that can help you live a better life now, as well as the research that can bring a better tomorrow.

For other podcasts in this series please click here.

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