Campaign launched to battle stigma around Parkinsons

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Campaign launched to battle stigma around Parkinsons

New figures out today reveal an astonishing number of people with Parkinson’s in London have come up against rudeness or hostility.

Ranging from being stared at to having symptoms mistaken for drunkenness.

Well one woman from north London is calling on the introduction of badges to work in the way a 'baby on board' badge would work to help the public be more understanding.

Lia Colacicco and actress Jane Asher, president of Parkinsons UK, explain more. 

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