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Paul Sinha ‘fighting as hard as ever’ in Parkinson’s battle

OHMYGOSSIP — Paul Sinha is “fighting as hard as ever” in his battle with Parkinson’s disease.
The ‘Chase’ quizzer was diagnosed with the degenerative neurological disorder in May 2019, and while he admits life will “get tougher” for him in the future, he always tries to “look [his] best” because he doesn’t want to “vanish”.
He told the Daily Mirror newspaper: “I have Parkinson’s. It is a tough call, and it will get tougher for me.
“In the years that I have ahead of me, I want to do my best to show that it doesn’t have to ruin your quality of life, and that you can fight against the stereotypes others have of you.
“For that reason, when I’m out and about, I try even harder to look my best. I want people to know that I am not vanishing, I’m still fighting as hard as ever.
Paul, 52, will speak about his Parkinson’s battle on Thursday’s (18.05.23) episode of ‘Loose Men’ – an all-male panel version of ‘Loose Women’, to mark Mental Health Awareness Week – and he was “made to feel at home” on the show.
He added: “It was a little nerve-wracking, but so is any new experience. I was made to feel at home though.”
In July 2021, Paul admitted he grows increasingly concerned his health is deteriorating whenever he gives an incorrect answer on ‘The Chase’, to something he would have previously known.
In an interview with Radio Times magazine, the 51-year-old doctor-turned-comedian said: “Every time I get a question wrong in a quiz that I used to know the answer to, I think, ‘Should I be worried?’
“And then I realise that everybody does it. I’m just quite pragmatic about it.
“Yes, I’m 51, and I’ve got Parkinson’s – things are going to fall out of my head, things are going to stay in my head.”

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