Skip to comments.Parkinson's Research
Posted on 08/23/2011 9:48:51 PM PDT by Rabin
A breakthrough in Parkinson's disease research came to light this week when researchers reported successfully growing stem cells from the skin of a patient with a rapidly progressing form of the disease. The researchers took skin samples from a patient diagnosed with one of the most progressive forms of Parkinson's disease. "As this type of Parkinson's progresses rapidly it will also make it easier to pick up the effects of drugs tested to prevent nerve cells targeted by the disease from dying," said Devine.
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Mmm, uuu, Yep for sure. R.
FYI: Parkinson’s is all about iron loading in the substantia nigra pars compacta area of the brain. Get the iron out and the cells will become reproductive and long living. The only “huge breakthrough” here is the opportunity for the researcher to confuse some funding resource into a grant extension.
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