I retired from the Cure Parkinson’s Trust at the end of April 2017. It was time to take a rest and continue my fight against Parkinson’s on a more local platform. I honestly felt I had done my bit.
Every so often I revisit my bucket list. I remove activities that seem less interesting and re-prioritise the remainder. Often I just simply delete existing activities. If I haven’t got round to doing them in the first 60 years of
If you open almost any article on the Internet about James Parkinson, the physician after whom Parkinson’s disease is named, you will see this picture. A middle-aged man with beard and moustache. But if you’re trying to trace the picture