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In the blink of an eye, researchers detect early signs of movement disorders

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Despite decades of intensive study, the causes of Parkinson's remain unknown, and a cure is still elusive. What's more, there is no standard diagnostic test for the disease. Researchers at Virginia Co…
June 03, 2015

Injected Apomorphine Rapidly Treats Morning Akinesia in Parkinson's

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For patients with Parkinson's disease, subcutaneous injections of apomorphine work more rapidly than oral levodopa for overcoming morning akinesia, according to a study presented at the International…
June 23, 2015

Treatment for Parkinson's could replace surgery

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Ultrasound waves could be key to treating Parkinson's disease.
September 07, 2015

2 Markers of Parkinson’s Progression May Help Trials in Newly Diagnosed Patients

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A five year study by the Movement Disorder Society found that dopaminergic  (levadopa & dopamine agonists) were evaluated in participants in 2 ways: on and off-time periods, while findings for the…
April 11, 2018

Celebrating Fall

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As we at Northwest Parkinson’s contemplate the season change (pumpkin spice, anyone?), I find myself reflecting on the significance of our collective transition from Summer to Fall.
September 17, 2018

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