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Parkinson's Disease

Actor and Parkinson's patient Michael J. Fox provides an inside perspective and urges fellow patients to participate in Parkinson's research studies in Parkinson's Disease: A Guide for Patients and Families, the latest free patient education DVD and guidebook produced by the American Academy of Neurology (AAN) and its foundation, the American Brain Foundation. This respected resource answers important questions for people with newly diagnosed Parkinson's disease and their caregivers.

For more information please contact the American Academy of Neurology at (800) 879-1960.

Epilepsy

Television actor and "Dancing with the Stars" winner John O'Hurley is the host of Epilepsy: A Guide for Patients and Families. The FREE DVD and guidebook are a valuable resource to answer important questions for people with newly diagnosed epilepsy and their caregivers.

Order your FREE DVD and guidebook, for US only. For more information please contact the American Academy of Neurology at (800) 879-1960.

Diabetic Nerve Pain

Actor Jerry Mathers is the host of the American Brain Foundation's Diabetic Nerve Pain: A Guide for Patients and Families. The free video and guidebook answer questions for people who suffer from nerve pain caused by diabetes.

For more information, please contact the American Academy of Neurology at (800) 879-1960.

Alzheimer's Disease

Film and television actress Lea Thompson is the host of the American Brain Foundation's Alzheimer's Disease: A Guide for Patients and Families. The free video and guidebook answer questions for newly diagnosed Alzheimer's disease patients and their caregivers.

For more information, please contact the American Academy of Neurology at (800) 879-1960.

Multiple Sclerosis

Silver screen star Teri Garr is the spokesperson for the American Brain Foundation's Living Well: A Guide to Managing Multiple Sclerosis for Patients and Families. The free video and guidebook help viewers understand the symptoms and treatments of MS and making decisions about their care.

For more information, please contact the American Academy of Neurology at (800) 879-1960.

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