Michael J. Fox is literally at the helm of the fight against Parkinson's disease.
He leads the world largest donator to Parkinson's research, the Fox Foundation, which has donated over $300 million to research.
Not only has he been making strides looking into stem cells as a possible way to treat (and possibly cure) Parkinson's, he is doing very well himself.
A new regiment of drugs has really helped to cut down on his dyskinesia, all the random body jerks and movements.
So he's looking great and really helping Parkinson's research. All is well in Fox land.
Check out the video (above) to hear him talk about research, his life and his positive outlook.