LIFE WITH PARKINSON'S DISEASE
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“You can feel lonely, desperate, depressed, sad, but never beaten. You may loose, make mistakes, suffer, but you may never think to quit. Remember, when necessary, that you are strong, that there are things no one can do better than you. See life through the eyes of a winner. Accept what’s to be accepted and move on. Clench your teeth, tell what ails you to the tree next to you, learn from it to stand up and… return back to life.” The Red Tulip is the symbol of all organizations that fight Parkinson Disease. This eBook brings together the experience of several Parkinson patients and presents various ways of tracking down and treating this disease. The eBook cannot replace medical visits and specialty treatment, imperative to each patient, because every case is different, but it shows extra ways of treating the disease.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Born in 1962, he has graduated from the Faculty of Metallurgy in 1986. He has a Masters degree in HR Management. In 1999 Dan Raican got Parkinson's and is fighting this disease ever since. He continued work after he contacted the disease and in 2006 has founded the Antiparkinson Association in Romania. His Assocation has been awarded with several awards: 2009 Carol Davila Special Award, 2010 Most Active Antiparkinson Association,
2012 International Award Dr Rana International Parkinson ‘s Community.
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