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Davis Phinney Foundation Launches Exercise-Focused Tools to Help People Live Well With Parkinson's Disease
Date:10/19/2010

day. The foundation's major initiatives include: The Every Victory Counts™ Program, developed by movement disorder experts to encourage living well with Parkinson's; Victory Summit series of symposia, which bring leading experts into local communities to share the latest advances in science, care and inspire those affected by the disease to celebrate the daily victories in their lives; and the funding of research focused on exercise, speech and other quality of life therapies. Learn more by visiting the web site: http://www.davisphinneyfoundation.org.


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