e-Parkinson Post is giving you more news, more often

Beginning with this issue, e-ParkinsonPost will be coming to your inbox on the third week of every month. Just like your Parkinson’s medication, getting helpful information on time is important. So, if you are looking for tips on living well, or you want to know the latest discoveries from the National Research Program, what we are doing to make an impact on health policies, and how we are engaging with our constituents, we will keep you connected to what’s happening in the Parkinson’s community in Canada.

There are other ways to stay connected between issues. We hope you will follow us on Twitter @ParkinsonCanada, and like our Facebook page at Parkinsonsocietycanada, or visit our website http://www.parkinson.ca. In addition, there are lots of helpful resources for health professionals at http://www.ParkinsonClinicalGuidelines.ca.

We welcome your feedback and your submissions at editor@parknson.ca.


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All material related to Parkinson's disease contained in Parkinson Post is solely for the information of the reader. It should not be used for treatment purposes. Specific articles reflect the opinion of the writer and are not necessarily the opinion of PSC.

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