Michael J. Fox is more melancholy and says: “In a wheelchair I am luggage”
Actor, who about Parkinson’s Disease, released the fourth volume of his memoirs
Two years ago, Michael J. Fox underwent surgery to remove a benign tumor from his spine. The actor and activist, who has lived with Parkinson’s disease for three decades, had to learn to walk and talk again.
Four months later, he fell over in the kitchen of his home on New York’s Upper East Side and severely fractured his arm; it had to be stabilized with 19 pins and a plate. Immersed in two sacrificed recovery processes, one after the other, Fox began to question whether he had exaggerated the idea of hope in his first three memoirs, “Lucky Man”, “Always Looking Up” and “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Future ”.
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