Andy Barrie's Experience with Parkinson's and Deep Brain Stimulation

 

Medtronic Canada

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A_HRvjNZzRw&feature=share

 

Lana Slezic's The Voice is a short documentary about acclaimed CBC Metro Morning radio host Andy Barrie and his experience with Parkinson's and deep brain stimulation. This intimate portrait of a much-loved Canadian radio personality provides a rare view of a Parkinson's patient's experience before receiving deep brain stimulation therapy, after surgery, and after the neurostimulator has been turned on.

 

 

Video Runtime: 13:16

 

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