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I copy news articles pertaining to research, news and information for Parkinson's disease, Dementia, the Brain, Depression and Parkinson's with Dystonia. I also post about Fundraising for Parkinson's disease and events. I try to be up-to-date as possible. I have Parkinson's diseases as well and thought it would be nice to have a place where updated news is in one place. That is why I began this blog.
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Thursday, October 22, 2015
|A former nurse's acute sense of smell sees the launch of a study which could ease the plight of thousands of sufferers.|
A woman who can identify people with Parkinson's through her sense of smell has given rise to a study which could lead to early diagnosis of the disease and more effective treatment.
|Joy Milne with husband, Les, and their granddaughter. Pic: Parkinson's UK|
Oct 22, 2015, 6:42am EDT
|Senior author Dr. Benjamin S. Bleier, of the department of otolaryngology at Mass. Eye…|