Antibodies for Parkinson's disease targets
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  October 3, 2018  
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   Researchers develop way to measure different types of fear of falling in patients with Parkinson’sResearchers develop way to measure different types of fear of falling in patients with Parkinson’s
 
Parkinson's disease, a progressive nervous system disorder that affects movement, causes one of the highest risks of falling among all neurological conditions. Due to this, many patients develop a fear of falling, even if they have never fallen.
 
   Parkinsonism in Spinocerebellar AtaxiaParkinsonism in Spinocerebellar Ataxia
 
Spinocerebellar ataxia (SCA) is a degenerative disease caused by atrophy to the cerebellum, the part of the brain responsible for coordination of movement. Parkinsonism is a clinical syndrome presenting slowness of movement, stiffness, and tremors.
 
 Human-oriented perspective needed to better understand Parkinson's disease
 
Human-oriented perspective needed to better understand Parkinson's diseaseAnalysis published in Drug Discovery Today reveals the gap between animal models of Parkinson's disease and our understanding of the neurodegenerative processes underlying the disease, and calls for the implementation of modern, human biology-based technologies to better understand pathological processes and improve treatment outcome.
 
 
 Half of all women are at risk of a stroke, dementia or Parkinson’s disease says study
 
Half of all women are at risk of a stroke, dementia or Parkinson’s disease says studyA new study has revealed that half of all women and a third of all men are at risk of developing degenerative dementia, Parkinson’s disease or stroke.
 
 
 New screening strategy identifies novel inhibitors that may help develop cure for Parkinson's
 
New screening strategy identifies novel inhibitors that may help develop cure for Parkinson'sParkinson's disease is the most common movement disorder in the world. PD patients suffer from shaking, rigidity, slowness of movement and have difficulties walking.
 
 
 New dopamine sensors could improve our understanding of Parkinson’s Disease
 
New dopamine sensors could improve our understanding of Parkinson’s DiseaseResearchers have developed a sensor that can measure dopamine in the brain for more than a year. The tech could help us understand Parkinson's and depression.
 
 
 Experts propose solutions to improve patient care for Parkinson's disease
 
Experts propose solutions to improve patient care for Parkinson's diseaseDeaths associated with Parkinson's disease and related disorders increased substantially between 2001 and 2014.
 
 
 Early Parkinson’s disease patients wait too long before seeking medical attention
 
Early Parkinson’s disease patients wait too long before seeking medical attentionThe time between diagnosis and the institution of symptomatic treatment is critical in the effort to find a cure for Parkinson's Disease.
 
 
 Dopamine neurons may involve in conditions ranging from Parkinson's disease to schizophrenia
 
Dopamine neurons may involve in conditions ranging from Parkinson's disease to schizophreniaDopamine neurons are located in the midbrain, but their tendril-like axons can branch far into the higher cortical areas, influencing how we move and how we feel.