Two-fifths of Parkinson’s sufferers hide their condition

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Two-fifths of Parkinson’s sufferers hide their condition

Almost two-fifths of people with Parkinson's disease hide their symptoms or lie about having the condition. New research by Parkinsons UK suggests there's an "alarming" level of fear surrounding the disorder - which causes uncontrollable tremors, slow movement, and impaired speech. It's an issue actor Enzo Cilenti says is close to his heart. The Game of Thrones star joined London Live News along with Suma Surendranath from the charity.

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