Michael J. Fox, battling Parkinson’s for 30 years, has made a poignant statement about his deteriorating health. Diagnosed in the early 1990s, Fox has become a leading advocate for Parkinson’s research. Recently, the “Back to the Future” star revealed he doesn’t expect to live to be 80, stating, “Every day is tougher.” Fox discussed his recent spinal surgery and multiple injuries from falls. He emphasized, “You don’t die from Parkinson’s. You die with Parkinson’s.” Despite his struggles, he remains optimistic, saying, “There’s more to celebrate in my life than to mourn.” His new documentary, “Still,” highlights his journey over the past three decades.

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