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This theory might explain the startling fact that four cast and crew members of the 1976 CBC comedy Leo & Me -- out of 125 people who worked on the series -- have been diagnosed with Parkinson's.
The incidence of PD in the general population is estimated at one person in 300, so four cases in a group of 125 is an eye-opener. Was there some flu or virus or environmental toxin that affected this particular cluster?
Fox, then 16, played one of the kids; Brent Carver was also in the cast. A crew member, Sally Gardner, who still lives in Vancouver, is shown coping with and being treated for PD. Two other sufferers were not identified.