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Another Tikvah Evening

Last night Tikvah held its third lecture to the public. Danny Loney, an incredible person challenged with Parkinson for over EIGHTEEN years talked about how

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Continue Fighting!

Reading an article like this one strengthens my resolve to KEEP FIGHTING; keep moving and exercising and doing everything possible to stay healthy and slow

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traveles and trials post

TRAVELS AND TRIALS

A few weeks ago I received an email from the EPDA (European Parkinson Disease Association) inviting me to a meeting in Brussels to start a

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Modern Day Heroines post

Modern Day Heroines

This evening, I met with a group of heroes. Yes, heroes. Or to be more exact heroines. Young women, juggling work, and caring for a

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JUGGLING

Yesterday, I learned something new, and it was not pleasant. It began with a torn shoelace, which meant, of course, that I would have to

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WE NEED YOU

We need you

Hi, this is Debbie here. For a long time I’ve been working on an internet fundraising campaign. It’s now December 1, which means that the

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BUBBY BLUNDERS

AT THE KNESSET

On 10 b’Kislev, November 28, Tikvah for Parkinson met with several members of the Knesset at a special lobbying session. Forty of our members joined

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PAINFUL DECISIONS

Our program has become extremely popular. Each week, more and more people come. The last few weeks, we’ve had between 18 to 22 people in

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Shoe Laces

Yesterday, I learned something new, and it was not pleasant. It began with a torn shoelace, which meant, of course, that I had to replace

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