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Author: Di Binns

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In December 2016 the Fred Binns Parkinson’s Foundation invited Professor John Mitrofanis (Anatomy, University of Sydney) to present his work […]
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PhD recipient

The Fred Binns Foundation would like to congratulate Anastasia Salter, the recipient of our top-up PhD scholarship, whom the Foundation […]
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Stopping the spread of Parkinson’s disease

We believe that breakthroughs in the prevention and treatment of Parkinson’s disease will be driven by basic scientific research, whereby […]
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Donation to Menzies Research Institute

It’s pleasing to be able to report to you that your support of Fred Binns Parkinson’s Foundation has made it […]
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Wine and Movie night

The Fred Binns Parkinson’s Foundation organised a film night at the State Cinema, North Hobart, on Thursday 10th November with […]
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Walk the Bay, April 2016

The wind it blew and the rain came too, the river rose around us…..and that was only the start of […]
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Thank you from Di Binns

Our Foundation would like to thank our recent donors for their generous donations in the last appeal.  Your contribution will […]
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Skilled Nursing Is Most Important

People with Parkinson’s disease, a complex and debilitating condition, require individualised care tailored to their needs to give optimal symptom […]
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The importance of exercise

Exercise is an important part of healthy living for everyone. For people with Parkinson’s disease, exercise is more than healthy: […]
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Independent Living

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