While this journey is the hardest one I have travelled, I’ve been lucky not to have to travel it alone. I want others to feel that way too.
Fortunately, the quizzer and stand-up comedian says that going public with his condition helped him get back on track.
The speed of the illness’s progression can vary from person to person and sadly, there is no cure.
No one should have to pay for the privilege of having a long-term condition they certainly didn’t ask for
My garden is my space, the one place that hasn’t been touched by Parkinson’s, even when I’m in it
'Steve just stood with tears rolling down his face. It robbed him of his words.'
Steve Ryan, 61, was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease 12 years ago. Ever since, his wife Sue, 55, has adapted to life as
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