Parkinson’s affects everyone differently. And, each individual’s approach to living with it is just as variable. Jimmy Choi, a member of The Michael J. Fox Foundation’s Patient Council, was diagnosed with young-onset Parkinson’s disease at age 27. Since then, he has run, cycled and swam in countless endurance events to raise more than $100,000 to speed a cure for Parkinson’s. Watch this short film on the Choi family’s empowering story – and hear how Jimmy has been catapulted onto the national stage in pursuit of an unexpected goal.