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Nicky was diagnosed with Parkinson’s at the age of just 34.
Living with pain, exhaustion and tremors, every day is a challenge for Nicky – all while caring for two young children.

By donating today, you’ll help develop new treatments faster, before Nicky’s symptoms get worse.

By donating today, you’ll help develop new treatments faster, before Nicky’s symptoms get worse.

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"People take life for granted. Even making a cup of tea, dressing your kids or wrapping presents. You think you're going to be okay. But actually anything can happen. Parkinson’s has taught me to value everything"

 

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This Christmas, give someone like Nicky hope for the future.

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Your gift could develop new treatments to help people with Parkinson’s be there for the moments that matter - with friends, family and loved ones.

Nicky's story

"I knew something was wrong when I was 21. It wasn’t until I was 34 when I was diagnosed with Parkinson’s. 

"The shaking at the time was horrendous. I couldn't cut food. I couldn't hold a cup of tea. I couldn't fasten buttons or my shoes. Trying to feed my youngest was the worst. I had to surround myself with cushions. It was really difficult. 

"The hardest part of having Parkinson’s for me is wondering what the future will hold for my family.

"If I didn't take my medicine I wouldn't be able to walk, talk or function properly. I've only got about 9% dopamine left in my brain which is very little. But I'm hopeful for the future." 

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