A promising drug for Parkinson's disease


Researchers have developed a new treatment that not only for the symptoms of Parkinson's disease, but also reverses the symptoms, giving patients a new hope of recovery.

Researchers have discovered, according to the British 'Mirror' newspaper, that increasing the levels of natural proteins in the body, can regenerate new brain cells, if connected directly to the brain through the tubes, and this is what happened.

The £ 3 million study, funded by Parkinson's UK and Pharmagens Medical Pharma, conducted a five-year test in Bristol. Eventually, the symptoms of involuntary tremors in some participants stopped and they were able to walk unaided.

Another experiment is being planned, and researchers believe the technology can also be used to control chemotherapy in patients with brain tumors, or to test drugs for patients with Alzheimer's and stroke.



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