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Having already offered up some of the most personal parts of grappling with Parkinson's disease for his new sitcom, Michael J. Fox apparently figured he could go one step further. So he visited The Howard Stern Show. Talking about when he was first diagnosed with Parkinson's when he was 29, the now 52-year-old actor revealed during his sit-down with Howard Stern this morning that his "first reaction to it was to start drinking heavily." "I used to drink to party," Fox recalled, "but...now I was drinking alone and to just not be [present]. Every day." "So once I did that," he continued, "then there was about a year of, like, a knife fight in a closet, »

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