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    cure for parkinsons
    worn1 posted:
    Dr Stacy
    Is there anyone working on a cure for Parkinsons? If a cure for just one neurological disease is found it could act like a domino affect leading to other cures. I would love to see a cure in my life time. It is too late for me and others but future generations would benefit especially those caused by genetics. Just think fix the problem before birth.
    Mark A Stacy, MD responded:
    Dear worn1,
    I think thousands, maybe tens of thousands, of people are looking for a cure for PD. Take heart - I am hopeful and optimistic

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