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    How to cure her Parkinson's disease?
    zuolei posted:
    Today saw the Parkinson's disease, she this year 63 years old, sick 4 years, in Beijing, China and zhengzhou diagnosis, the symptom is; The mouth has obvious tilt, say not clear, go far slower and forward tilt, she now everyday early, middle and late, late 12th; 00 to eat half a piece of dopamine, eat sen f ROM. 1 tablet half, pointed out that must eat, otherwise, these symptoms will attack. I'm sorry, how to cure her Parkinson's disease?
    Mark A Stacy, MD responded:
    Dear ZUOLEI,
    Thank you for your note. Although there is no cure for Parkinson's Disease, there are many good medications. I agree it is important for her to take her medications on time. That will be helpful for her both today and in many years.

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