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OPDC Xmas Quiz 2019Researchers from the Oxford Parkinson’s Disease Centre (OPDC); Richard Wade-MartinsDayne Beccano-KellyNora Bengoa-Vergniory, Marta Madureira, Brent RyanMatthieu TriganoSiv Vingillalong with OPDC administrator, Lorraine Dyson, travelled to the Royal Oak, Goodworth Clatford in Andover to take part in a quiz night in aid of Parkinson’s research.

During the night of Wednesday 11 December, OPDC supporters Bobbie Coelho, Mary Doherty and Dawn Huntly presented a cheque for £2000 to Professor Richard Wade-Martins to support the work being carried out by the OPDC into Parkinson’s Disease.

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