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Have you ever heard of (PSP) Progressive Supranuclear Palsey? Empty Have you ever heard of (PSP) Progressive Supranuclear Palsey?

Tue Jan 23, 2024 2:07 pm
Have you ever heard of (PSP) Progressive Supranuclear Palsey?

Often considered an atypical Parkinsonian disorder due to its similarities to Parkinson's disease, but PSP has distinct clinical features that set it apart.

I have made it my challenge,through my forum, to tell as many people about PSP as I can, especially since PSP is often, as in my case, been mistakenly diagnosed as Parkinson's.

I'm inviting you to help me spread the word about (PSP) Progressive Supranuclear Palsey,

Often considered an atypical Parkinsonian disorder due to its similarities to Parkinson's disease, but PSP has distinct clinical features that set it apart.

I have made it my challenge,through my forum, to tell as many people about PSP as I can, especially since PSP is often, as in my case, been mistakenly diagnosed as Parkinson's.

I'm inviting you to help me spread the word about (PSP) Progressive Supranuclear Palsey,

You can join us at https://theparkinsonian.goodforum.net/forum to register and participate. IT's FREE...NEVER A CHARGE!

Herb Williams
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