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Don Falk stretched his right arm over his head, past the faint marks where a
surgeon sank two wires deep in his brain, to show how uncontrollable tremors
in his hand used to slap him awake in the morning. It was just one of many difficulties
he suffered as his Parkinson's disease advanced. Falk had trouble shaving and
walking, and his medications caused his head to twitch awkwardly, making him
self-conscious in church.