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Welcome to my podcast. My name is Kathrin Wersing, I live in
Germany and I started this podcast 2 years ago because I was
diagnosed with Parkinson's at the age of 40.
Since then I have been looking out for people with positive
stories. Isn’t it strange that we remember negative stories
easily while positive ones seem hard to find? But actually there
are so many encouraging and positive stories out there that show
us how people cope with life despite Parkinson's. And these
wonderful stories I did not only find in German speaking
countries but also in many other places around the world. Today
in my special series "Parkinson's around the world“ I virtually
traveled to Denmark and met Elisabeth Ildal.
You'll hear it right away - we had an incredible amount of fun
during our interview and laughed a lot, but we also focused on
serious facts of Parkinson's. Elisabeth has been living with PD
for almost 10 years and has overcome many challenges during that
time. In the beginning she hid the disease from nearly everyone
but later she spoke frankly from one day to the next and since
then she has been tirelessly involved in helping people with
Parkinson's. She is a courageous, strong but above all fun-loving
woman and I am very happy that I can share her story with you
today. Our English is colorful and not perfect but that's how I
think life should be! I hope you enjoy this interview.
If you want to learn more about Elisabeths numerous activities
have a look at the following links:
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