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This October, a team of around 20 researchers and supporters from OPDC took part in the Oxford Parkinson's walk organised by Parkinson's UK. The walk was started by OPDC principal investigator Richard Wade-Martins.

Members of Team OPDC completed the 8 and 4 mile walks around beautiful parts of the city and helped raise funds to continue our research.

Team OPDC would like to thank everyone who sponsored us for the walk!

Our donation page is still open at www.justgiving.com/OPDC

 

OPDC Walk

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