People with Parkinson's have told us they've been stared at, had their symptoms mistaken for drunkenness, and even been laughed at in public because of their symptoms.
As I reached the frozen foods section, Parkinson's decided to unexpectedly throw me a curve ball, and I suddenly came to a grinding halt and froze. Rather appropriately, or ironic - depending on how you look at it, I was rooted to the spot next to the frozen vegetables.
Despite my ill-health, I have great clarity, my mind is sharp and most importantly, I've maintained a sense of humour which gets me through each day. The hellish thought of being unable to speak, imprisoned by Parkinson's petrifying cloak of silence, terrifies me.
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Parkinson's disease sufferers are being subjected to "intolerable levels of prejudice", a charity has warned, after it was