Rona Davis’ new book ‘On and Off: My Parkinson’s Challenge’ is a moving memoir that discusses the author’s journey with Parkinson’s and the ways she copes with it every day


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October 25, 2022 6:00 a.m. EDT

NEW YORK, October 25, 2022 ( –
Fulton Books trans author Rona Davis, a veteran and mother of three who made a career in the software industry as a software architect, has completed her latest book, “On and Off: My Parkinson’s Challenge”: a powerful look at the ways the author learned to manage his Parkinson’s to the best of his abilities and how the approach to Parkinson’s disease research to find a cure needs to change.

“There’s a meaning to Parkinson’s, but sometimes we’re too busy with our daily hell to notice between dealing with ON and OFF states and pain,” Davis writes. “The research community is not in better shape, neither is the medical community. Modern medicine has done wonders to our species, but when a researcher applies for a research grant, she has to keep it small enough to be able to gain such ground.

“In the modern world, we need to take a different approach. Gone are the days when a single researcher was upset as a child when his grandmother went through the stages of Parkinson’s disease and then vowed to dedicate her life to research. and the eradication of disease. It might be a good holiday movie (all rights reserved), but not a cure.

“Getting rid of Parkinson’s disease must go through another approach, both scientific and financial. Such a task must take into account industrial interests that go beyond traditional pharmaceutical laboratories. The latter can introduce methodical obstacles. traditional pharmaceutical companies but a completely different player. In the meantime, we need to keep operating, managing our ON and OFF states, and reinventing ourselves day by day.

Published by Fulton Books, Rona Davis’ book is a hard-hitting story that attempts to demystify aspects of Parkinson’s disease that many readers may not fully understand unless they have first-hand experience with the disease. By sharing her story and her views on how disease research needs to be reformed for a modern world, Davis hopes to connect with others who share her daily struggles to help provide comfort and a potential pathway to make the everyday life with the disease more manageable.

Readers wishing to discover this poignant work can purchase “On and Off: My Parkinson Challenge” in bookstores worldwide or online at Apple’s iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.

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Source: Fulton Books


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