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CAMBRIDGE — A rare disease and ice cream got Julia Gibbs on a plane to Canada from England to surprise her social media friend, Tim Brown, at the Cambridge Centre mall. “We’ve come to see a gentleman called Tim, who has got PSP — Progressive Supranuclear Palsy,” she said, just minutes before surprising Brown outside..
May is PSP Awareness Month -Progressive Supra Nuclear Palsy PSP is a neurodegenerative disease with no treatment-cure. It is part of a family of Parkinsonisms (Parkinson-like), the more well known being ALS. To help raise PSP awareness these eco-friendly balloons will be released to fly around the world. We in the PSP community ask that..
What is PSP ? PROGRESSIVE SUPRANUCLEAR PALSY is a brain disease in the category of “neurodegenerative” diseases along with Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and Lou Gehrig’s diseases. In PSP, cells in some areas of the brain accumulate clumps of a protein called “tau” and gradually die off. Those cells control walking, balance, mobility, vision, speech, swallowing, sleep..
Keith Swankie – The Commander and Chief of PSP warriors recently managed to pry 25,000 pounds from the Scottish Parliament for PSP awareness and support. To view his story click on the link below. https://t.co/CUlqTuZRur
Zootopia was an animated movie by Disney featuring all animal characters, more of a family film, especially for the grandkids. During the movie, there was a scene Trish and I particularly enjoyed and identified with. The two main characters go into the DMV (our equivalent to MTO) to get some information. Most everyone with a..