12 Ways Having Parkinson’s In Your Twenties And Thirties Changes Your Life

Excerpt:  “There are more of us than you’d think juggling the condition with careers, young families, travel aspirations.”

BuzzFeedNews spoke to five people in the UK who were diagnosed with young onset Parkinson’s between the ages of 8 and 42.  On September 11, 2017 it posted their top 12 comments on how it changed their lives. They are fact-confirming, myth-busting, and life-affirming.

Read their comments and watch young onset video blogger, Emma Lawton’s, PD365 videos on YouTube.