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The Voices of Our Community: Shamsa Hussain

Last updated: July 2022

Welcome to the ParkinsonsDisease.net interview series, "The Voices of Our Community," where we highlight the unique voices and experiences of people living with Parkinson's.

Join me and Angela as we sit down for an interview with Shamsa Hussain to discuss her search for balance, calming stress, and realizing that she isn't alone.

Shamsa has been living with Parkinson's for 9 years. She is quick to remind herself, "I'm still worthy as a human being" when she has the realization that even though she has Parkinson's, she is still getting things done, just not as she used to do.

Check out the full interview below.

 

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