(SOUNDBITE) (English) NANCY VAN DER STRACTEN, WHO IS BOXING TO FIGHT PARKINSON'S DISEASE, SAYING: "Hello, I am Nancy. I am boxing here against my Parkinson's disease.75-year-old Nancy Van Der Stractensteps into the ring three times a weekto battle her symptoms of Parkinson’s diseaseLocation: Antalya, Turkey(SOUNDBITE) (English) NANCY VAN DER STRACTEN, WHO IS BOXING TO FIGHT PARKINSON'S DISEASE, SAYING:I am now nine years declared with Parkinson's, six years I used many medicines and I discovered that is not enough. You have to move, move, move and boxing is ideal to move, move, move. So we go on.""It does not stop your Parkinson's. Parkinson's is a degenerative disease. It never stops but you can keep slow - slow it down. It is like a break and instead of being miserable the whole week, you stand up and you say: "Oh today, boxing." Stand up, get ready, go to box and after the boxing, after two hours of training you feel really better."