When Mr Sunil Raghavan was in his 30s, there were niggling details in his daily life that he could not account for.
There was a persistent stiffness in his right shoulder. He could not type for extended periods of time and he took longer to brush his teeth than before.
When he consulted a doctor, he learnt, at the age of 34, that he had Parkinson's disease.
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