For the million people living with Parkinson’s disease in the United States, medication is the most common form of treatment. But some doctors are now prescribing dance as a way to slow the symptoms — and bring joy to patients in the process. Special correspondent Shana Fischer visits a ballet class for Parkinson’s patients.
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