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SURVIVING ADVERSITY:
living with Parkinson’s disease

Surviving Adversity: living with Parkinson's disease contains 28 profiles of individuals who share their inspiring stories of how they have adjusted to Parkinson's disease. This book will provide readers with perspective and hope.

What do a professional golfer, neurologist, acclaimed lawyer, children's author, nurse, legendary cyclist, former Attorney General, highly respected news anchor and 20 other men and women have in common? They are all living with Parkinson's disease.


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“This book is a must read.”
Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center Fall newsletter

“The book is absolutely phenomenal. The profiles are great and instill hope.”
Elizabeth Mason, living with Parkinson’s disease

“What makes this book special are the words of men and women who have found inner strength to live life to the fullest.”
Debby Orloff, CEO, Michigan Parkinson Foundation

“This book is upbeat, the stories are well put together, and you will likely relate to a lot of the situations”
Review by Ron Penwarden, Livewire Parkinson’s newsletter

"There is no end of unique insight and advice in this book from which one can benefit. The stories are skillfully and colorfully spun. This sensitive compilation is a compelling page-turner."
Dr. Gordon Hardacre, 2005 Morton Shulman Award winner, living with Parkinson's disease

“The stories are very inspirational to our PD patients, caregivers, and family members. It is also a great book for the newly diagnosed because it offers hope.”
Pat Weigel, RN, Nurse Coordinator, University at Buffalo