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.
Jon: First of all, some introductions. My name is Jon Stamford. I am a person with Parkinson’s, diagnosed 12 years ago. It’s my pleasure today to interview Dr Jonathan Stamford, former head of the Neurotransmission Lab at the Royal London
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