My husband was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease at the age of 56 years (in 1997). He is within days of dying. He was a healthy individual and with no chronic disease, did not smoke, drink, not overweight, and favorite sport was playing golf. He was exposed to chemicals in his workplace for 30 years.Please let me know what if anything I can do to donate his brain for research.
Dr. Sanchez-Ramos said...
We work closely with the University of Miami/NPF Brain Bank. You can register with them, before his death by calling
1-800-UM-BRAIN or click on this link: