Tag: parkinson’s research

The Power of Research in the Palm of Your Hands- By Dr. De Leon

There are many devastating neurological illnesses for which there are no cures as of yet as is the case for PD. However, the future is bright since in the last 3 decades have seen many new discoveries in the field of neuroscience which have led us to a greater understanding of such complex illness as

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Stem cell therapy in Parkinson’s disease: Promising treatment or Hoax? By Dr. De León

Given the fact that living with a chronic neurological disease like Parkinson’s for which there is no cure can make any of us in a moment of desperation turn to any form of treatments and therapies which promise a cure. I have recently noted an increase of talk about this subject on social media in

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New trial: Fetal Transplantation Usage for Treatment of PD: By Dr. De Leon

Nearly 30 years ago, the novel treatment which propel me into medicine but not just medicine but neurology and Parkinson’s disease was fetal brain transplantation into PD person’s brain in an attempt to halt disease. After several decades the procedure was banned here in the States and an unofficial moratorium was placed elsewhere on this

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Thinking Outside the Brain for a Parkinson’s Cure : By Dr. De Leon

“I don’t think inside the box, I don’t think OUTSIDE the box, I don’t EVEN KNOW where the box is!”- unknown The other day while I was giving a talk about how to diagnose PD, I was giving my usual spill about ” in the hands of a specialist like myself- accuracy is 95%,” when

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