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Cure Research for Parkinson's Disease

Rare Types of Parkinson's Disease:

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Latest Treatments for Parkinson's Disease

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Treatments for Parkinson's Disease

Treatments to consider for Parkinson's Disease may include:

Cure Research discussion for Parkinson's Disease:

Since alpha-synuclein fragments are implicated in both Parkinson and Alzheimer diseases, there may be shared pathogenic mechanisms between the two, therefore research into one disease may aid understanding of the other. Further avenues for research are also being suggested by cross-species comparisons assisted by database searching. Among others, rats, cows and zebra finches all possess alpha-synuclein; in the rat they play a role in the sense of smell, while in the zebra finch it is thought to be involved in the process of song learning. Further work to elucidate the function of alpha-synuclein in humans, and therefore clues as to the pathology of Parkinson disease, should be assisted by studying these other species. (Source: Genes and Disease by the National Center for Biotechnology)

Medical research for Parkinson's Disease: medical news summaries:

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Clinical Trials for Parkinson's Disease

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Evidence Based Medicine Research for Parkinson's Disease

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