Defending Against the Enemy: Coping with Parkinson's Disease

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QED Press, 1997 - Self-Help - 122 pages
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A powerful, personal chronicle of the techniques developed by a scientist and his wife, both afflicted with Parkinson's Disease. Where other Parkinson's books are clinical, dry and impersonal, Dr. Morgan's is warm, easily accessible, and shares inventive coping strategies, practical ideas on diet, excercise, and medication. Indexed, with resource list and bibliography.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Before Parkinsons Disease
7
The Struggle Begins
29
Copyright

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