Marine and Parkinson’s victim finds voice for wedding

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After retiring from the U.S. Marines Jason Arwine was diagnosed with young onset Parkinson’s syndrome and began to lose his ability to talk. But with the help of the Parkinson’s Voice Project in Richardson, he regained his voice — just in time for his wedding.

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