Not Afraid to Fall200
Not Afraid to Fall200
When he began showing symptoms at the age of 14, he worried that Parkinson's disease would define his life, but instead it's reaffirmed the person he's become and what he's most proud of. Whether on skis or a mountain bike, he keeps his physical spirit engaged and alive. His inspirational memoir will help you or a loved one bring balance back into your life.
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