Rare Parkinson's Heroes Who Changed the World
Mr. Lloyd Tan is the icon and hero of the Parkinson's community. His spirit lives in us forever. Let us feel his energy as he guides us to live with Parkinson's, reaches out to us to give hope and inspiration.
FEATURED VIDEO : Health Minister’s Double Blessings (World Parkinson’s Day 2010)

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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The rare Parkinson’s heroes who changed the world

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 – The Malaysian Parkinson’s Year

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 […]