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Multiple-system atrophy (MSA) is a progressive neurological condition in which specific areas of the brain undergo neural degeneration. The three brain areas primarily affected are the brain stem, basal ganglia and cerebellum, portions of the brain that regulate bodily functions and motor control.
Gene therapy shows promise in children with devastating genetic disorder

Gene therapy shows promise in children with devastating genetic disorder

Researchers uncover the mysteries of sleep disorders in multiple system atrophy

Researchers uncover the mysteries of sleep disorders in multiple system atrophy

Cleveland Clinic receives two grants to study therapeutic potential of anti-cancer drug in Alzheimer's

Cleveland Clinic receives two grants to study therapeutic potential of anti-cancer drug in Alzheimer's

NIH awards $3.8 million to predict dementia in patients with Parkinson's disease

NIH awards $3.8 million to predict dementia in patients with Parkinson's disease

LRRK2 enzyme suppresses protein synthesis in Parkinson’s disease

LRRK2 enzyme suppresses protein synthesis in Parkinson’s disease

AFFiRiS AG announces results of phase 1 trial with PD01A in Parkinson's

AFFiRiS AG announces results of phase 1 trial with PD01A in Parkinson's

AFFiRiS announces preclinical results of monoclonal antibody mAB C6-17 in Huntington's

AFFiRiS announces preclinical results of monoclonal antibody mAB C6-17 in Huntington's

New technology distinguishes between two progressive neurodegenerative diseases

New technology distinguishes between two progressive neurodegenerative diseases

New recommendations aim to improve outcomes of Parkinson's disease patients

New recommendations aim to improve outcomes of Parkinson's disease patients

Penn researchers to develop critical tool for imaging the brains of patients with Parkinson's

Penn researchers to develop critical tool for imaging the brains of patients with Parkinson's

Newly discovered mechanism sheds light on how Parkinson’s disease can spread in the brain

Newly discovered mechanism sheds light on how Parkinson’s disease can spread in the brain

Study on REM sleep disorder patients provides key predictors of Parkinson's disease

Study on REM sleep disorder patients provides key predictors of Parkinson's disease

Study finds risk factors linked to REM sleep behavior disorder

Study finds risk factors linked to REM sleep behavior disorder

Experts in Parkinson's research propose roadmap for drug trials targeting alpha-synuclein

Experts in Parkinson's research propose roadmap for drug trials targeting alpha-synuclein

Inhibition of one protein clears toxic clumps seen in Parkinson's disease, study finds

Inhibition of one protein clears toxic clumps seen in Parkinson's disease, study finds

Study finds disease-causing mutation in French-Canadians

Study finds disease-causing mutation in French-Canadians

Electrical stimulation of the brain may help treat symptoms of neurodegenerative ataxias

Electrical stimulation of the brain may help treat symptoms of neurodegenerative ataxias

Targeting multiple proteins may be key to treat neurodegenerative disorders

Targeting multiple proteins may be key to treat neurodegenerative disorders

Sleep disorders appear to be first sign of serious neurological diseases

Sleep disorders appear to be first sign of serious neurological diseases

Study: Different strains of same protein may contribute to different Parkinson's-related brain disorders

Study: Different strains of same protein may contribute to different Parkinson's-related brain disorders

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