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22nd July 2020: New article about the TNC

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For the sixth time, the World Brain Day, an initiative of the World Federation of Neurology (WFN), took place on July 22. This year, the World Brain Day was dedicated to Parkinson's disease.

The Hertie Foundation took a look behind the scenes of the TNC and interviewed Parkinson expert, speaker and founder Prof. Thomas Gasser, founding member Prof. Andreas Fallgatter and Coordinator Silke Dutz.

Read the full article here (in German only):


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