While Parkinson’s can affect anyone at any age, it is more common in men. Which you’ll see here in our photo gallery.
Of the 175,000 people in the UK with Parkinson’s disease, just one in 20 have young onset. So what is it like to be diagnosed so young?
Take a look at some of the facts & figures.
Neurologists have been researching Parkinson’s for years, yet we still don’t have a cure. What has all this research done?
Future research for Parkinsons is crucial for both a cure and a preventative treatment. But what research needs to be done?
What is Parkinson’s and who can get it? Nicole Ray looks at the problems surrounding this largely unheard of disease.