From Stuntwoman and Triathlete to Parkinson’s Patient

By Kathryn Dion In this blog post, Kathryn Dion shares her story of being diagnosed and treated for Parkinson’s Disease, a brain disorder that leads to shaking, stiffness, and difficulty with walking, balance, and coordination. More than 10 million people worldwide are living with Parkinson’s Disease, according to the Parkinson’s Foundation. “It is good to … Read more>>

Kate’s Story: Her Life With Type 2 Diabetes Is Getting Better #T2D

Our post today is reprinted with permission from the author, Kate Cornell who blogs about life with type 2 diabetes at http://kates-sweet-success.blogspot.com/. — My Life with Type 2 Diabetes: It’s getting better I haven’t felt compelled to write much lately. Sometimes I feel as if I’ve said it all, numerous times. Other times I feel … Read more>>

Patient Perspective: How A Clinical Trial Changed Cassandra’s Life

Have you ever wondered what drives patients to take part in research or what their journey might have been like? In today’s guest post Cassandra shares her inspiring story of participation and the profound effect it has had on her life. You can find out more about her story, and connect with her on social media by … Read more>>