Monday, May 8, 2017

Important update! Bonus Support Group Meeting This Thursday: The Carbidopa/Levodopa Gel Pump

Don't forget, there is a BONUS meeting of the support group this Thursday at 3:30. The meeting scheduled for this Thursday, a presentation on the Duopa carbidopa/levodopa gel and pump delivery system is now to be held in the Marriott Hotel in downtown Anchorage, 820 W. 7th Ave. on the second floor in the Skagway Valdez room. To find the meeting, take the elevator to the second floor make a right, then another right and the door to the room should be in front of you. The time remains the same, 3:30 Thursday the 11th of May. Speakers include a patient who uses the gel and pump, a nurse who  works with such patients and a doctor who oversees the administration of the therapy. The program is to last an hour, and there will be time for questions. This meeting is sponsored by Abbvie, the makers of the therapy.

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Dear Peter,  

I hope this email finds you well. 

I wanted to reach to you about my extremely inspiring mother, Sue Wylie, and her play Kinetics - which I hope you may be able to help raise awareness of.

Six years ago my mother was diagnosed with early onset Parkinson’s - although it was obviously a challenging time in her life and continues to bring with it its difficulties, she has turned her unique experiences and story into a play which offers hope and inspiration - along with real insight as to what it is like living with a chronic condition. 

Last year the play toured across the South-West of England to great critical acclaim with the support of Arts Council funding. The one recurring comment made was that the play needed to be seen by a wider audience, with people from across the UK and US desperate to see it. 

We are therefore launching a Kickstarter campaign to help raise the necessary finance to turn the play into a short film. If there was any possibility of you spreading the awareness of her project through your blog - I would be so so grateful.

Thank you for your help in advance. 

Kind regards,