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Parkinson's profile suggested: hard workers, straight arrows

Some famous people who have Parkinson's disease include Pope John Paul II, former US attorney general Janet Reno, and actor Michael J. Fox, who spoke at a conference this week.
By Carey Goldberg
Globe Staff / February 25, 2006

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They tend not to smoke, drink, or seek thrills. They work hard. They show up on time, keep their homes neat, and follow complex medical instructions to the letter. (Full article: 1226 words)

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