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One-Time Monthly In Tribute Team Fox Tweet HOME › Our Role & Impact › FoxFeed Blog The latest reporting and analysis on breakthroughs in Parkinson's research and issues that matter most to you. National Institutes of Health Receives $3 Billion Spending Boost March 22, 2018 The spending deal was released last night and the bill must be passed by this Friday, March 23. New $6 Million Program Looks at Causes of Parkinson's The Michael J. Ask the MD: Parkinson's Diagnosis and Biomarkers In the latest "Ask the MD" video, Dr. Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) Tells PD Advocates: 'What You Do Matters' March 21, 2018 Senator Booker gave a keynote speech to nearly 300 advocates in Washington, D.C. for the 2018 Parkinson's Policy Forum. Collaboration Most Ambitious Initiative toward a Cure March 20, 2018 The Lancet Neurology calls the AMP PD program the "most ambitious initiative so far to find a cure for Parkinson's." Pharma Company Buys Up MJFF-funded Biotech and Motor Symptom Therapy March 19, 2018 March 14, 2018 Dr.

Living With Parkinson's One-Time Monthly In Tribute Team Fox Popular TOPICS Dyskinesia and Dystonia Exercise and Parkinson's Disease Parkinson's Disease Medications Sexual Health and Parkinson's Important information for the early days of a Parkinson's diagnosis. What Do I Do Now? Advice and resources on living with Parkinson's disease from fellow patients. Tips from caregivers on empowering yourself and supporting your loved one with Parkinson’s disease. Resources Books, DVDs, Apps and More Hear the Latest in PD Research The MJFF Parkinson's Podcast Series pairs host Dave Iverson with Parkinson's researchers to talk about the latest scientific understanding and therapies in development. Foxfeed Blog More Foxfeed April 07, 2014 New Educational Program Partners in Parkinson's to Kick Off in New York City on ... Kicking off next month, Partners in Parkinson's will bring educational tools and resources directly to patients in 11 U.S. cities in 2014. Read more April 04, 2014 ABC Rochester Covers Phase III STEADY-PD Study Read more

Michael J. Fox Plays Guitar In 'Back To The Future' 'Johnny B. Goode' Reenactment (PHOTOS, VIDEO) Marty McFly took Hill Valley High School by storm in 1955 when he pre-introduced its students to rock n' roll with a storming rendition of "Johnny B. Goode," and 26 years later, he's still rocking the tune. Michael J. Donning a red guitar identical to the one he "played" in the school dance scene in the first film -- he actually simulated playing the music, while real musicians did the actual performing for that movie -- Fox rocked the Chuck Berry classic for the crowd. Check out photos of the event below, as well as the original scene. PHOTOS (all via Getty):

The Michael J. Fox Foundation The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research is dedicated to finding a cure for Parkinson's disease (PD) through an aggressively funded research agenda and to ensure the development of improved therapies for those living with Parkinson's today. Established by actor Michael J. Fox in 2000, the Foundation has since become the largest nonprofit funder of Parkinson's disease research in the world, investing more than $350 million in research to date.[1] The Foundation's proactive approach to advancing PD science has made it "the most credible voice on Parkinson's research in the world".[2] In 2010 the Fox foundation launched the first large-scale clinical study on evolution biomarkers of the disease at a cost of 45 million dollars over 5 years.[3] Research priorities[edit] Funding opportunities[edit] Clinical Intervention Awards support clinical testing of promising PD therapies that may significantly and fundamentally improve treatment of PD (an Edmond J. Team Fox[edit]

Michael J. Fox whips out his guitar at Parkinson's Disease fundraiser in New York By Amelia Proud Updated: 07:54 GMT, 14 November 2011 Michael J. Fox was as inspirational as ever tonight, as he attempted to raise money and awareness for Parkinson's Disease... with a little help from his friends. The 50-year-old actor, who was diagnosed with the condition in 1991, hit the stage at his annual New York fundraiser at the Waldorf-Astoria. What a dude! Back to the Future: At 50, Fox still retains his cherubic good looks The star-studded annual event, entitled A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Cure Parkinson's, raises money for the film star's Michael J Fox Foundation. The performance echoed Fox's famous scene in the 1985 classic time travel movie Back To The Future, which sees his character Marty McFly perform an ahead-of-its-time rendition to the 1955 high school students of Hill Valley. It's not the first time that the star has wielded his axe, in 2008 he played at the same event with The Who. All the ladies: Julianna and Rachael Ray dressed up for the special occasion

Brin Wojcicki Challenge HOME › Get Involved We’ve met — and surpassed the Challenge! With your help, The Michael J. Fox Foundation has surpassed the $50-million Brin Wojcicki Challenge. In effect from January 1, 2011 through December 31, 2012, the Challenge doubled gifts from new donors as well as increased giving from current donors. In the final analysis, Challenge-eligible giving exceeded the original $50-million goal by about $3 million — additional dollars that longtime Foundation friends Sergey Brin and Anne Wojcicki also agreed to match. The vision of Sergey Brin and Anne Wojcicki has built the Foundation’s capacity to continue driving new approaches to the diagnosis and treatment of Parkinson’s disease. The search for a disease-modifying treatment. Today, in short, we see the most robust pipeline of Parkinson’s disease therapeutics that has existed in years — possibly ever. As always, thank you for your support. Open publication

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