Michael J. Fox, Diane Warren, Peter Weir Honoured at Governor

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After year of multiple broken bones, Michael J. Fox says he has one mission: "Don't fall down"

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a cover story interview for People Magazine, Fox shared that the past year came with a personal loss and a series of broken bones.

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Michael J. Fox Foundation in 2000, which has since become "the world's largest non-profit funder of Parkinson's drug development," according to the foundation's website.

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Fox, now 61, said 2018 was the worst year of his life, according to People Magazine, as he had a tumor removed in a spinal-cord surgery and broke his left arm. But this past year, he told People, "got worse."

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His mom, Phyllis, died in September and the past months have been filled with a series of broken bones and injuries.

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"I broke my cheek, then my hand, then my shoulder, had a replacement shoulder put in and broke my [right] arm, then I broke my elbow," he said. "I'm 61 years old, and I'm feeling it a little bit more."

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"It's been a struggle, but I'm happy," he told People. "I say that because I hope on some level people can find happiness in spite of what they're going through."

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