Parkinson's Patient: 'I Was Free'

Mary Kane won't let Parkinson's disease stand in her way. "I move hay. I move 50 pound bags of feed. I fix fences," she said. "I chainsaw down trees!" So when her symptoms become resistant to the medication she has been taking for 16 years, she went to Johns Hopkins Hospital to have her brain surgically re-wired. Watch the series premiere of "Hopkins" Thursday, June 26, at 10 p.m. ET. CLICK HERE for behind the scenes videos, doctor profiles and patient updates. Parkinson's is a degenerative...Full Story
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