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Parkinson's human trials 'a step closer'

7th November 2014

Scientists in Sweden say stem cells can be used to heal damage in brain caused by Parkinson's.

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Study on rats is a 'huge breakthrough' which could lead to development of effective treatments. 

There is no cure for Parkinson's but symptoms can be alleviated.

However, there are still questions to be answered before human trials can begin.

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Anonymous

Sunday 9th November 2014 @ 18:50

Good. Let us hope that these tests will succeed and the Study will result in more progress towards finding a cure for this dreaded disease.


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Article Information

Title: Parkinson's human trials 'a step closer'
Author: Martine Hamilton
Article Id: 26247
Date Added: 7th Nov 2014

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