My Life with Parkinson's

Tim Hague and his son, Tim Jr., won the first season of The Amazing Race Canada. What made the feat particularly notable was the fact that Tim has Parkinson's disease. He documents his experience with Parkinson's, the challenge of the race, and his advocacy work with the charity U-Turn Parkinson's in his book, "Perseverance," which he discusses with Nam Kiwanuka.
July 23, 2019 - 26:28

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