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Parkinson's Facts Sep 17
A person with has two to six times the risk of dementia compared to the general population.
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David Sangster Sep 17
It’s absolutely fantastic the care I’m receiving in my 3 day assessment and adjustment of my DBS to iron out my Elvis leg. Going really well.
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David Sangster Sep 18
A train ride home blog.
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Jonny Acheson 5m
Making a decision about slightly changing my medication was difficult as I didn’t know what the best thing to do was. Within one week when one of my children said ‘Dad you are more like your old self’ and the other said ‘Welcome back Dad’ I knew it was the right one.
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David Sangster 12h
Do you suffer with ? We are patients, not experts, but why do you think you developed this? I personally feel it was my heavy dependence on meds 2012 - 2013/14 (that's the time the disco started for me) - only 2/3 years after diagnosis of
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John Harrison 11h
Our Dad Victor passed away at 8.30 pm last night in Hull Royal Infirmary. He fought his for 25 years with great humour&dignity until the very end. A truly great man who will be greatly missed by everyone’s lives he has touched.heartbroken. Night night Olly. Xxxx
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David Sangster Sep 15
One of the best things about deep brain stimulation is being able to sit ‘still’ on the train dyskinesia free. Drawing no attention to myself whatsoever. It’s bliss. Remembering how bad I was is key to appreciating fully the ‘now’.
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Jonny Acheson Sep 14
There may be a difference in the definition of life saving medication, time critical medication and patient critical medication but to someone with their medication is all three. .
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David Sangster 12h
The past 3 days my wife and I have met other patients and care partners - exchanging stories and telephone numbers so I have set up this group on Facebook today. If you're a patient at and have had Deep Brain Stimulation we're here:
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ScienceofParkinsons Sep 16
WOW! All over the news this morning: Chinese & US researchers have published data suggesting that prostatic hyperplasia & hypertension drug, terazosin could be repurposed for . Multiple PD models & human medical database evidence presented
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Parkinson's Life 39s
A groundbreaking study by researchers around the world has found that a prostate drug could slow down the progression of .
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Digital Doctor Sep 17
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Parkinson's Facts 4h
Alzheimer's disease, multiple cerebral infarction and drug-induced have similar symptoms to .
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Gary Sharpe 3m
Hands and Fingers in Parkinson's Disease
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David Sangster 13h
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Markus Riessland 2h
I am happy to announce that the results of great collaboration between the Greengard lab and the lab are online! We found that loss of SATB1 induces p21-dependent cellular senescence in post-mitotic dopaminergic neurons
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NorthScott Service Club 🔑 Sep 14
💧 handout was a success! 1/2 way to 5k —> benefiting amazing research
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When Life Gives You Parkinson's Sep 17
Exercise. It’s what’s for
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MyParkinsonsTeam 56s
Many people with contemplate the difficult decision to give up driving. Have your symptoms led you to consider whether you still feel secure behind the wheel? Share your thoughts with others on MyParkinsonsTeam:
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ScienceofParkinsons 8h
PWP - Person with ? No. Parkinson Wellness Project (PWP) - what a great idea!
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