“It was one of the few times I cried”: Michael J. on progress in Parkinson's research.  Fox opens

Michael J. When Fox went public with his Parkinson's diagnosis in 1998, he revealed that his doctors predicted he would retain full abilities for another ten years before he began to decline.

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The 62-year-old star told People magazine that “doctors believed that Fox would have at least 10 more years and possibly into old age. However, 26 years later, he believes that his personal experience with the disease has helped him cope somewhat.”

“I may not say in the same words what I believed then and what I believe today, you can do anything. Everything,” said the star Back to the future. “You don't have to follow other people's predictions about how life should be. Life is what you make it. »

In 2023, he joined the Michael J. The Fox Foundation pioneered a breakthrough in disease research and discovered biomarkers that indicate whether a person has Parkinson's disease before symptoms appear.

“It was one of the few times I cried about what we were doing. We wanted to find a way to detect the disease before it started because we could treat it and you would never have it. It was a big step forward — and a big moment,” Michael J. Fox said.

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