Michael J. Fox Speculates Whether Partying Could Have Caused Parkinson’s Disease

Michael J. Fox has been an advocate for Parkinson’s disease for over two decades following his diagnosis in 1991, when he was just 29 years old.
As the founder of the Michael J. Fox Foundation, an organization dedicated to finding a cure for the disease, Fox has helped doctors and researchers find a better understanding of how the disease progresses, and now he is revealing his own diagnosis could have come about because of something he did.
In a new interview, Fox was asked about a remark he made last November when receiving an honorary Oscar – Woody Harrelson had presented him with the award, and Fox said that the two of them had done “some damage” back in the ’80s.

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