Parkinson’s is Not Just a White Man’s Disease

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Sisters from AARP

Sisters from AARP – which celebrates Black women and connects readers who care about health, wealth and self – spotlights PD for Brain Awareness Month. The story features interviews from “Better Lives. Together” PSA participant Tyaisha Blount-Dillon and movement disorder specialist Lynda Nwabuobi, MD, whose specialized training was supported through a Parkinson’s Foundation fellowship.

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