Muhammad Ali's daughter fights for Parkinson's awareness

05/7/2013 | HealthDay News

May May Ali, daughter of boxing legend and Parkinson's disease patient Muhammad Ali, has been a spokeswoman for the Parkinson Alliance since 2002 and helped publicize the group's recent Unity Walk in New York's Central Park. About 500,000 Americans have the disease, which remains poorly understood. "A lot of basic science needs to be funded," said James Beck, the Parkinson's Disease Foundation's research director.

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