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Disability News Weekly Roundup – Monday, October 13 – Friday, October 17
Posted on October 17, 2014 by bchaiken2014
Human Interest: ‘Argo’ hero Tony Mendez battling Parkinson’s (The Washington Post) Tony Mendez, the real-life CIA agent portrayed in the movie “Argo,” is using his fame to raise awareness of Parkinson’s disease, a disability for which he is in treatment. … Continue reading →
Posted in Weekly News Roundup | Tagged amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), cochlear implant, deep brain stimulation, dementia, disability employment, egonomic walking cane, focused ultrasound, Focused Ultrasound Foundation, hearing impairment, neurodegenerative disease, OtoSense sound identifying mobile app, Parkinson's Disease, pressure sensor for prosthetic leg socket, prosthetic socket, shape-changing, sulforaphane and autism, Tony Mendez | Leave a comment