Pill May Stop Parkinson's A new therapy that appears to stop Parkinson’s disease “in its tracks” will begin phase-one clinical trials in humans in 2020.The drug MCC950, developed by researchers at the University of Queensland and partly under-written by the Michael J Fox Foundation, is a world first because it appears to stop the death of brain cells in Parkinson’s sufferers rather than simply managing symptoms. For more information click here.
The SDCCPSG June Newsletter can be found by clicking here. If you would like to subscribe to the monthly newsletter, contact Nancy Floodberg at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Guides for Living with PD, Courtesy of the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research, we have added a series of guidebooks in PDF format intended to provide real world advice and practical tips for living with Parkinson’s.
Exercise for PWP, A slide presentation from the book Parkinson's Disease For Dummies by Michele Tagliati MD, Gary Guten MD MA and Jo Horne MA has been added to the Resources / Exercise for PWP page.
Upcoming SDCCPSG Activities:
SDCCPSG Board of Directors Meets on the second Monday of each month at 10:00 am. 10:00 am to 12:00 pm Monday, June 10th County of SD Health & Human Services Agency 3851 Rosecrans St, San Diego 92110 San Diego Room Contact President Nancy Floodberg RSVP: (619) 857-6638 or email email@example.com
Veterans’ Breakout 3rd Monday of the month 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Monday, June 17th VA Medical Center 3350 La Jolla Village Drive, La Jolla 92161 Room 2438 Veterans with Parkinson’s and care partners meet together to discuss challenges, strategies and successes.
Pacific Beach Breakout Third Wednesday of the month 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Wednesday, June 19th Oakmont of Pacific Beach 955 Grand Ave, San Diego 92109 3rd Floor Activity Room People with Parkinson’s and care partners gather to share challenges, strategies and successes.
Do You Duopa? Breakout (Group meets on the fourth Saturday of odd months) Next meeting July 27th Bayside,1325 Pacific Hwy, San Diego, 92101 3rd Floor Lounge Persons with Parkinson’s receiving or considering Duopa Therapy,and their carepartners. RSVP: (619) 857-6638 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Point Loma Breakout Forth Monday of each month 10:00 am to 12:00 pm Monday, June 24th County of SD Health & Human Services Agency 3851 Rosecrans St, San Diego 92110 University Room People with Parkinson’s and care partners meet to share challenges, strategies and successes.
The purpose of this website is to provide an easily accessible and reliable place for members of those Parkinson's support groups located in and around the San Diego metropolitan area to come for information, to communicate with one another and to assist them in remaining vital members of the Parkinson's community. Just what this means will evolve over time. Thus this site will always be a work in progress. Comments, ideas and suggestions are welcome, please contact the webmaster. If you would like your name and email added to any of the Chapter Meeting Notification Lists, please contact the webmaster by clicking here and typing ‘Add my name to the (appropriate chapter) list”. If you would like your name removed, please type ‘Remove my name from the list’. A word (or two) about this website: This site was created, owned, operated and paid for by a person with Parkinson's (diagnosed 12 years ago) in collaboration with the SDCCPSG. We continue to do our best to provide a website with modern features so that you may view it on your smart phone, tablet, laptop or desktop and find the layout familiar and useful. As you browse the pages of this site, you can return to the 'Home/Index' page by double-clicking on the 'Welcome or Home' links on the drop-down navigation menu. Clicking on any link in the Site Map will take you directly to that page as will clicking on the 'Return to Previous Page' arrow found on the upper left corner of most browsers. You will also see an arrow on the right side of each page on this website as you scroll down the page. Clicking on that arrow will quickly send you back to the top of the page.
Many links in this website will take you to offsite locations. You can usually return to this site by way of the aforementioned 'Return to Previous Page' arrow .