Sara Whittingham, M.D., featured in USA Today

In October, NEOMED clinical faculty member Sara Whittingham, M.D., an anesthesiologist at Cleveland Clinic Marymount Hospital, finished the Ironman Kona, a 140.6-mile race including swimming, biking and running. Diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease three years ago, she used her participation in the race to raise awareness of the benefits of exercise in managing her disease and to raise funds for Parkinson’s disease research at NEOMED.

Dr. Whittingham’s story was recently featured in USA Today.

Read Doctor with Parkinson's finishes grueling 140.6-mile triathlon: 'You can be active again'

Learn more about Dr. Whittingham’s journey and Parkinson’s disease research at NEOMED.

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