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    laurajc5 posted:
    Has anyone heard of a young person getting Parkinson's? My son is 11 and has many of the signs or symptoms. But I've never heard of someone so young getting it. I'm having a difficult time determining between Parkinson's and Tourette's.
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    worn1 responded:
    laurajc5 I did a little web surging using juvinile parkinsons as the search words. Children younger than 10 have been diagnosed. Viartis mentions a 3 year old. Viartis is published by a group in England. to put your worries at rest please take your child to a neurologist. Keep in mind neurologists also specialize,
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