CAP Southbury Chapter-Congresswoman Elizabeth Esty at Southbury Library - March 12th
As an educator with PD, it has become my mission to help others with PD to be the healthiest they can be in their journey with this disease.
CAP Board Member, Michelle Hespeler
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We’re all working collaboratively to find and implement disease modifying treatments, and to promote quality of life initiatives. Our sense of urgency is strong, with a laser sharp focus: to find a cure.
CAP Board Member, Steve DeWitte
Expand outreach initiatives for people with Parkinson’s,promote patient groupcollaboration, offer wellnessand educational opportunities,and promote clinicaltrial participation.
Our objectives include the collection of data that may ultimately make a meaningful impact on the lives of those with Parkinson’s, and to provide a forum for information- sharing that can benefit patients, researchers and physicians.
Dr. Adam Simmons & Dr. Kevin Felice, Hospital for Special Care, discussing the CAP/HSC Collaboration
CT Parkinson's Support Groups help people afflicted by Parkinson's Disease live an otherwise happy and healthy life, while at the same time providing resources (including volunteer subjects) to clinical trials to help find a cure.
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85% of Clinical Trials face delays and 30% never get off the ground because of a lack of volunteers.