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Feeling Depressed or Anxious? It May Just be the Parkinson'sJuly 8, 2014

Presenter: Jeff Shaw, PsyD

The first installment of the new LUNCHTIME LABORATORY webinar series aired on July 8, 2014 at 12:00pm PDT.

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Neuropsychologist Jeff Shaw presents "Feeling Depressed or Anxious? It May Just be the Parkinson's."  People with Parkinson’s often experience depression and anxiety. Dr. Shaw speaks to people with Parkinson’s at all stages of diagnosis and their family members about how to prevent unnecessary suffering.

Brought to you by 
Northwest Parkinson's Foundation & Parkinson's Resources of Oregon

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