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CatEye Apr 24
“certain substances in the blood that can indicate damage in the nerve cells & diseases such as ’s, multiple sclerosis () and . Neurofilament light protein () is one such substance”
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Richard Apr 23
Parkinson's results beyond researchers' wildest dreams - BBC News. A new innovative way of treating
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Corporate Nursing 2h
Thank you so so much to our Leeds patients who have taken time out to discuss their diagnosis at the masterclass
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BrianGrantFoundation 21h
to taking a break from shooting our gala video to sign auction items. Join us for our gala on May 17 to see the final video, bid on some cool items and hear from Brian about our efforts to help people living with ’s. Visit to learn more!
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ShareVision Apr 24
A promising treatment restoring movement of patients with chronic 's disease has been developed by Canadian researchers.
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MedEngine Apr 23
Our wearable device and mobile app will be launching soon! 🚀 Join the waiting list today to get notified when we launch! 🙌 👉👉 👈👈
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Dr Penny Foulds Apr 23
A treatment that has restored the movement of people with 's has been developed. I will be at the Research Event at Kendal, 12th June, to tell you about local opportunities!
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Parkinson's Facts 37m
Around 15% of individuals with 's have a first-degree relative who has the disease.
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BK 85 Apr 22
fans absorlute shambles calling get some dam@respect for the chap he could of left like 3/4 of your fans have done, he can only work@with the money he is given! Always be a Mickey Mouse club, you haven’t enough money to get big Sam back,
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Ann Apr 25
could in effect give voice back to people with conditions such as ’s
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Medscape 21h
Palliative care in disease management.
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Alice Chen-Plotkin Apr 21
Our new paper: 870 people w , , AD/MCI + controls followed longitudinally. TMEM106B genotype modifies progression in FTD and PD. PD effect replicates in international PPMI cohort.
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ChronicDiseaseHQ 12h
Can Palliative Care Make a Difference in Disease? - Medscape -
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Caz Jones Berrisford Apr 22
Hate is a strong word but I hate 's & I hate , leave my dad alone, he was looking forward to my skydive on June 1st to raise awareness, but out of nowhere he doesn't even know how old he is now 😢😢😢😢
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Neurochecklists Apr 22
How does the corpus callosum contribute to 's disease dementia?
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Pallab Ghosh Apr 22
The incredible story of how a Canadian breakthrough has enabled housebound patients have movement restored and lead more normal lives.
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Birkdale Neuro Rehab Apr 25
's this is really worth reading.
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NeuroMedical Center 23h
We have many patients with ’s who thank us AFTER a successful procedure... and even a few who do this DURING a procedure! Allan Williams was wide awake during his surgery as a nurse read a special note he wrote to our teams. 🎥 Watch now-->
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Parkinson's Facts 4h
An increased risk of getting 's include: pesticide exposure, head injuries, and living in the country or farming.
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Amelia Delle More Apr 25
Glad to hear so much research is in progress on such an important topic
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