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April 11 is World Parkinson's Day
Dear Shake It Up Supporter,

The final countdown is on as we approach World Parkinson's Day - next Tuesday 11 April - and there is no better time to get involved and to support Australian Parkinson's research. 

Shake It Up, together with The Michael J. Fox Foundation are the largest non-government funder of Parkinson’s research across multiple institutes in Australia. Since establishment in 2011 we have funded $3 million dollars in Australian Parkinson’s research. 

To celebrate World Parkinson's Day we encourage you to make a

Donation to Parkinson's research

 
100% of all donations support Australian Parkinson's research targeted at better treatments and ultimately a cure.

Our World Parkinson's day campaign, Pause 4 Parkinson's, continues throughout April, so there is still time to gather your friends, family and colleagues and unite to raise awareness and funds for Australian Parkinson's research. There is also a global movement currently underway called Unite for Parkinson's. As part of your Pause 4 Parkinson's event we encourage you to use your social media to include the hashtag #UniteForParkinson's and help bring global awareness to Parkinson's.

Together we can unite to give a voice for those living with Parkinson’s, and raise funds for vital Australian Parkinson’s research. 

Until next time.

Clyde and the Shake It Up team

New study funded into existing blood pressure drug to treat Parkinson's


We are excited to be funding a new research project at the University of Queensland.  This study will investigate the potential of re-purposing an existing blood pressure drug to slow or halt the progression of Parkinson’s disease.

How Shake It Up funding and collaboration is making a difference

 
Professor Glenda Halliday and Dr Nic Dzamko share how important the funding that they receive from Shake It Up Australia Foundation to their research.

It's not too late to get involved in Pause 4 Parkinson's


Find out the many ways you can get involved for World Parkinson's Day and help us Shake It Up for a cure.
 

Michael J. Fox - Still smiling after 26 years with Parkinson's

 
Michael discusses the emotions he has experienced in the 26 years since he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s, the strength and support of his family, internalising misconceptions of the disease and feeling empowered by the PD community.
 
 

2017 Marks 200 Years of Parkinson's Research

 
2017 marks the 200th anniversary of James Parkinson’s description of the disease that now bears his name. To mark this anniversary, a global campaign #UniteForParkinsons aims to increase awareness, support those living with the disease and to inspire new research and treatment initiatives.
 
 

Our Personal Parkinson's Video Series

 
Our amazing supporters share their story on being diagnosed with Parkinson's, how they felt and what a cure would mean to them.
 
 
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