Blog Archives: Living with PD

From Peggy: Why I’m at WPC 2013

Some might say, “No way!” but I am attending this week’s 3rd World Parkinson Congress in Montreal, Canada. Many will ask, “Why?” And I say because giving a donation for research is not enough, because being an advocate is not enough, because sharing my story is not enough, because participating in a clinical trial is not enough, because even attending the World PD Congress is not enough, but it shows you that I am serious about finding a cure NOW!

WPC Roving Reporters: Day One Session Reports

The 3rd World Parkinson Congress includes three days of sessions discussing the latest in Parkinson’s science and care. During day two, PDF reporter and Research Advocate Ronnie Wanetick of Walnut Creek, CA, reported back on two sessions – one covering late stage Parkinson’s and another discussing cognitive symptoms of Parkinson’s.

From Robin: The Journey Begins at WPC 2013

Excited. Filled with Anticipation. Overwhelmed, in a good way. And to think it all started close to four months ago, in June. That is when my husband John and I decided to attend the World Parkinson’s Congress 2013. Given the fact that it only happens once every three years, it’s the single largest worldwide gathering of all stakeholders in the Parkinson’s field, and we missed it the last go around — we weren’t going to let that happen again.