Revolutionary new social platform offers a lifeline for Parkinson’s patients

People affected by Parkinson's Disease (PD) are being offered a lifeline in the form of a revolutionary new social platform.

Biocomm is a free social community service and has developed ‘Social Beats’, a networking haven for all people affected by Parkinson’s Disease. Social Beats provides the opportunity for users to interact with other people living with the condition, sharing personal experiences and exchanging health information from trusted sources. The platform is the brainchild of BioCommAI, sponsored by Normax Biomed, the pharma business dedicated to becoming a global market leader in mRNA Vaccine R&D and distributed manufacturing- with the overall goal of democratizing access to vaccinations globally. 

Ongoing physical conditions are often the cause of psychological disorders such as anxiety and depression, with cases on the rise and amplified by the lack of funding and support in the NHS as the UK rides the wave of economic uncertainty. With proof that networks and communities provide emotional and social support for those living with serious illnesses, ‘Social Beats’ enables patients and their families to connect in a way like never before, through the experience of living with a long-term diagnosis.

Peter A. Jensen, CEO and Chairman of Normax and driving force behind ‘Social Beats’ said: “Community is key for anyone dealing with an illness or long-term condition. Social Beats is a safe space for people affected by Parkinson’s Disease – a platform designed to help people living with the condition connect with others and build a better life. We have recognized that Parkinson’s has impacted many people in many ways and now is the time to ease this suffering by enabling them to connect and prosper.”

With last week being Parkinson’s week (the 10th of April to the 16th of April) there has never been a more important time to offer a lifeline and support to those living with the condition.



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