Thank you for joining us in Portland, Oregon for the 4th World Parkinson Congress

More than 4,550 people from 67 countries attended the WPC 2016 in Portland, OR. They learned about cutting edge science, clinical research, and comprehensive care from some of the most renowned health professionals, researchers, and advocates globally. Did you miss it? Stay tuned for updates and reports via our monthly eNewsletter. Gear up for the 5th World Parkinson Congress to be held June 2-7, 2019 in Kyoto, Japan. 

 





 

 

The 5th World Parkinson Congress will in Kyoto, Japan

 

We are excited that the next World Parkinson Congress will be in Kyoto, Japan. Watch our Executive Director, Elizabeth "Eli" Pollard, speak about the upcoming congress and why it's important for the WPC to visit the different regions around the world. Will you be joining us?              


WATCH OUR OTHER VIDEOS ON THE UPCOMING CONGRESS


Faces of Parkinson’s: Global Reflections of PD

 

WPC is excited to announce the publication of "Faces of Parkinson's: Global Reflections" a NEW book highlighting individuals living with Parkinson’s, clinicians, care partners, researchers, and advocates from 14 countries.  Photos were taken at the 4th World Parkinson Congress and compiled into a moving book full of stories about tenacity, love, overcoming challenges, triumphs, joys, and fears.

The WPC philosophy is to bring the community together to expedite our understanding of Parkinson's and push for innovative collaborations so we can more quickly create better care options and ultimately find a cure. We believe that the Parkinson's community is stronger when it works together and so we chose to highlight a diverse range of community members who are touched by PD and to showcase how we impact each other and how our efforts are entwined.

This beautiful book would make an excellent addition to any personal library or book shelf. For a limited time, through December 31 this book can be purchased at a discounted rate via the WPC Storefor $12 + S/H.

 


Individuals with Parkinson’s speak of the profound ways
the disease has impacted their lives.

“I try to use this challenge as a tool for self-growth, as an impetus to stretch my spiritual muscles and to focus on the important things in my life: my family, my community, and the Parkinson’s community.”

 

Debbie Shapiro, Person with Parkinson's, Israel

 


Care partners reveal how much heartbreak, love, and patience goes into helping someone they love live with PD.

 

“The biggest lesson for me in this journey is this: Be empowered by your own abilities to seek a solution.”

 

Lily Liu, Care Partner, United States

 


Clinicians, researchers, and advocates share how they became inspired to devote their careers to helping people with Parkinson’s.

 

“I simply could not sit back and imagine another family going through the same hardships. I needed to educate people on the existence of Parkinson’s disease and change the negative perception of PD in Kenya.”

 

Hellen Mwithiga, Advocate, Kenya

 

 

Order a copy of this moving publication today. It a perfect and unique gift for yourself, your friend, your doctor, your student or anyone touched by Parkinson's. For someone who wants to understand the realities of PD, this book  with it's nearly 65 stories, is an excellent way to understand a disease that is often misunderstood.

Order a copy today, before they are gone.

 

We are grateful to our sponsor, Acorda Therapeutics, Inc., which made the publication of this book possible.

 


 
   
 

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