In September 1998, Michael J. Fox stunned the world by announcing that he had been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease - in fact, he had been secretly fighting it for seven years. Now, with his trademark ironic sensibility and sense of the absurd, he tells the story of his life - from his childhood in western Canada to his meteoric rise in film and television and, most importantly, the last ten years, during which - with the unswerving support of his wife, family, and friends - he has dealt with his illness. He talks about what Parkinson's has given him: the chance to appreciate a wonderful life and career, and the opportunity to help search for a cure and spread public awareness of the disease. He feels as if he is a very lucky man indeed.
Año de publicación:2003
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