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Parkinson's disease: we don't have a cure yet but treatments have come a long way

By Chrystalina Antoniades, Associate Professor of Neuroscience, University of Oxford
Bastiaan Bloem, Professor of Neurology, Radboud University
Salil Patel, NIHR academic clinical fellow and incoming PhD student, University of Oxford
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British broadcaster Jeremy Paxman has revealed he is one of more than 10 million people living with Parkinson’s disease worldwide. It is the fastest growing neurological condition in terms of diagnosis and cases that lead to disability…


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