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Jack Condon takes more than 30 pills a day to help control his Parkinson’s disease, and he is looking forward to the possibility of cutting down that number a little bit. “I’ve got a pretty good handful there to get me through the day,” he said. Condon, who was diagnosed with the disease in 2004, is scheduled for deep brain stimulation surgery today at Banner Boswell Medical Center. He hopes that the surgery will help him get his life back.
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