Did you know that each year on the last day of February we celebrate Rare Disease Day? Parkinson’s is the second most common neurodegenerative disorder, which means it isn’t technically a rare disease, but that doesn’t mean people’s experiences with PD are common or ordinary.
Do you celebrate Rare Disease Day? Why or why not? Even though PD isn’t a “rare” disease, in what ways do you feel like your experience is rare?
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