MyNDTALK - Little Known Facts About Parkinson's Disease - Renee Calvin

Thursday, April 5, 2018
When former homicide detective Michael Calvin starting having hallucinations and delusions, no one thought that it might be Parkinson's disease. The stereotypical image of a Parkinson's disease patient, after all, is that of a slow-moving, shuffling man or woman. It took Michael seeing icebergs floating in the warm Caribbean Sea and his grown children sitting on the couch when they were nowhere in sight for his wife Renee, a registered nurse, to spring into action. And spring into action she did...
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