In Simon Stott’s own words, the goal is “to explain the science and research that is currently being conducted on Parkinson’s in plain English that even my non-scientific mother will understand.”
In Ben Stecher’s own words “I toured some of the top research labs in the world (working on Parkinson’s) and met with hundreds of the best physicians and scientists in the field on the planet. This became the impetus for starting Tomorrow Edition, my attempt to spread a little excitement and understanding for all that the future has in store.”
Parkinson’s Movement is an initiative of The Cure Parkinson’s Trust (UK). Created by people with Parkinson’s for people with Parkinson’s, we aim to inform and encourage all to get involved in any way they wish to. From clinical trials, TV appearances, or just completing one of our surveys, you can provide invaluable insights to those working on a cure.
Each World Parkinson’s Congress brings together physicians, neuroscientists, a broad range of other health professionals, care partners, and people with PD (PwPs) for a unique and inspiring experience. Cross pollinating members of the community is important in the effort to expedite the discovery of a cure and cultivate best treatment practices.
The Journal of Parkinson’s Disease is dedicated to providing an open forum for original research in basic science, translational research and clinical medicine that will expedite our fundamental understanding and improve treatment of Parkinson’s disease.