List of people diagnosed with Parkinson's disease

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Muhammad Ali and Michael J. Fox testifying before a Senate committee on providing government funding to combat PD.

Famous people, past and present, with Parkinson's disease include:

Living[edit]

Neil Diamond at Hollywood Walk of Fame induction, August 2012
Davis Phinney started a foundation to inspire and inform people with Parkinson's

Deceased[edit]

King Bhumibol Adulyadej in 2010
Former US Senator Johnny Isakson, January 2014

See also[edit]

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