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What is Parkinson’s disease?


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Parkinson is a neurodegenerative condition, that means that there is damage to certain parts of the brain called the basal ganglia where which we do not know what causes that problem about five to ten percent of cases its genetic but the other ninety-five to ninety percent of cases is idiopathic this comes out of the blue we don’t know what causes it.

if there’s a family member with Parkinson’s disease it slightly raises your risk of getting it but just by a little bit and the cells start to become damaged and then that continues over time and we don’t have a way you don’t have a medication or a drug or any way of curing that or stopping it or even slowing it down, we don’t have any of treatments like that definitively at this point in time.

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