All of us have a story to tell. That's one of the realities that I now understand...We knew that the book was going to be [greeted] with a lot of enthusiasm. And part of it is that it's not simply an individual having Parkinson's. But it's an individual whose life has changed in many different ways. And that is reflected in a large number of emerging support groups. It's a situation [in which] we all need some kind of support. The question really is how to obtain it. The major way that my message came across is that there are support groups at the grassroots extending on to physicians' groups and lay individuals... Each day, from my perspective, brings new challenges. We can either deal with these in a concentrated fashion or suppress them, which would be less [desirable]...
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