WPC 2010 in the News
Below some of the stories that came out about during and after the second World Parkinson Congress in 2010.Print & Online mediaPubMed Expert Reviews
- February 2011, World Parkinson Congress: bringing together the Parkinson's community
- Volume 10 Number 5 - November/December 2010 Conference Review on the World Parkinson Congress
- Fall 2010, Hofstra Educator Brings Art Therapy for Patients with Parkinson's Disease to the World The Weekend Australian
, October 23 - 24,2010, "Lagging Behind in Parkinson's Support"www.pharmacychoice.com,
October 21, 2010, "New Details Presented at the World Parkinson Congress on Neurologix's Successful Phase 2 Trial of Gene Therapy for Parkinson's Disease”Herald Scotland
, October 12, 2010, "Rugby star Hastings tells of wife's fight with Parkinson's" Internal Medicine News
, October 5, 2010, "Two New Projects Embark on the Search for Parkinson's Biomarkers"
Reuters, September 29, 2010, "Gene explains coffee's effects on Parkinson's study"
The Weekly News, September 25, 2010 writes about Grace Griffith, WPC Opening Ceremony performer and her new lease on life with Parkinson's disease. Read it here.
Association Meetings International
, a trade magazine for the meetings industry, presented a case study on the WPC 2006.Read case study.
Radio & Television & Videos Parkinson Voices - Glasgow 2010
, Interviews with People with Parkinson's during the WPC, created by The Cure Parkinson's Trust and made by Lindy Ashford. Watch it here BBC World Service
, Interview with Dr. Haydeh Payami on the release of her data at the WPC about the neuroprotective role caffeine may play in affecting Parkinson's disease. Listen Here
reports on Parkinson's disease, Wobbly Williams, and the World Parkinson Congress Watch it here
- October 3 post on gene-caffeine interaction in Parkinson's Disease
To find photos from the WPC 2010 or two post photos you took, please visit the WPC Facebook page
to view albums on the Opening Ceremony, Welcome Reception, Renewal Room, Leadership Luncheon, and Brain Game. In addition to the Facebook page, the WPC Flickr
account also have photos posted. You can add your photos to either of these locations and we encourage you to do so!