Parkinson's sufferers can 'experience public rudeness'

A survey of 2,000 people with Parkinson’s has found that more than half have experienced rudeness or hostility from the public.

The charity Parkinson’s UK said being stared at, laughed at or mistaken for drunk left some sufferers feeling “intimidated” and “invisible”.

It wants the public to show more patience and understanding.

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