Proudly brought to you by the Northland Division of Parkinson's New Zealand - a seminar with guest speakers Dr Barry Snow and Adele McMahon.
The Northland division of Parkinson's New Zealand are proud to be presenting a seminar:
"200 Years, is it too long to discover a cure for Parkinson's?"
Dr Barry Snow is a leading Neurologist specialising in movement disorders such as Parkinson's Disease. He is recognised internationally for his expertise in the management of these disorders, and locally, he is a leading authority in patient care, advocacy and research.
Adele McMahon - Movement Disorder Nurse Specialist, Auckland City Hospital Specialising in research, device assisted therapies and support for patients and families with Movement Disorders
Monday 6th November, Forum North Exhibition Hall, 2.30pm until 4.30pm.
Entry by gold coin donation for Parkinson's Northland Society.
There will also be a Raffle, & Parkinson's Northland Calendars for sale along with a Trading Table.
(All proceeds will be used in the support and education for the people of Northland with Parkinson's.)
RSVP to Trisha Ryan, Co-ordinator for the Northland Division email; firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 09 437 6878 by Friday 30th October
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