by Don C. Reed An act of personal kindness can mean so much, can’t it? One touched me the other day. My printer was jammed-a sheet of paper wedged inextricably – I could only get little pieces out. Life without […]
Among the Parkinson’s patients, one of the most commonly asked questions is – if the blood pressure and diabetes pills need to be taken only once a day, how come there is no such Parkinson’s medications? Most of the patients […]
Two weeks ago, one of my Parkinson’s patients told me that she had received “stem cell treatment” from a local “stem cell centre”. She was given some injections of “stem cells” into her shoulder muscles, which the centre claimed to […]
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Generally speaking, Parkinson’s patients belong to the “low profile” category. Over the years, I have observed a strong tendency for Parkinson’s patients to be introverted, submissive and quiet. In addition, they are usually the kind of people who avoid taking […]
2009 is best remembered as the Malaysian Parkinson’s Year – simply because this year is the “accelerated phase” in the Malaysian Parkinson’s support group movement. The year 2009 is best remembered for several important events that mark the beginning of […]