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  • David Blacker

    10/04/2021 at 11:25 pm

    Great talk Michael; I’m looking forward to reading your new book. I actually think your 10 secrets book and your “new image”, along with a more positive attitude may potentially be disease modifying, by reducing the demoralisation you just mentioned; preventing apathy related withdrawal, and encouraging exercise.

    I’m thinking of designing a study to explore this- “Positive Attitude Towards Health” -PATH-PD

    regards- David Blacker, Neurologist with PD, Perth, Western Australia

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