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It's National Parkinson's Awareness Month. Share your story with your community and raise awareness. Below is a sample Letter to the Editor for you to use.
To the Editor:
One million Americans are living with Parkinson’s disease - 17,000 of them live in Colorado. Chances are every Coloradan knows someone who has been affected by Parkinson’s, a progressive neurological disease that robs individuals of control over their movements.
April is Parkinson’s disease awareness month. While there is not a cure for Parkinson’s disease, great strides are being made into the cause and treatment of this disease. I would like to urge Coloradans to learn more about this disease and support the services of organizations such as the Parkinson’s Association of the Rockies.
[Insert Your Story Here]
For more information, please contact the Parkinson Association of the Rockies at (303) 830-1839 or www.ParkinsonRockies.org.