Potential breakthrough in Parkinson’s disease, new disease causing mechanism found

Recently, a new study held by scientists from both South Korea and Singapore could potentially revoke decades of consensus and agreement on the reasons for symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. The study can be seen here. If you are wondering what is Parkinson, you can find out really quickly here where we did a quick summary on the disease. The research was co-led by Daesoon Kim from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology, and George Augustine, from the Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine.

Parkinson’s Disease news 28 August 2017 – inspirational actions against Parkinson

Being told that you have Parkinson’s Disease can be an extremely traumatic experience. This progressive disorder can lead even the most confident individuals to be fearful of the future, as they know what will eventually befall them is one of uncontrollable impulses which cannot be easily mitigated against. The fearful nature of Parkinson can be seen here.

Parkinson’s Disease news – 16 August 2017

Parkinson’s Disease is a highly destabilizing disease, and one which severely affects the quality of life in sufferers. This disease is unrestrictive, and can hit at anyone regardless of age, gender and lifestyle behaviours. While there are some studies trying to draw links between a person’s habits or way of life to Parkinson, there is still a lot we do not understand about the disease. Read about some tips to help you manage Parkinson better, and some of the research ongoing.

What is Parkinson’s Disease

Shaking, tremors, uncontrollable movements. These are some symptoms of the disease known as Parkinson. There are no known cure, and no known causes. It’s a disease that has plagued more than 10 million people around the world and men are likely to suffer from this disease more than women. The treatment cost for this disease is US$25 billion in the US alone (1 million sufferers). Extrapolating this means that the cost per year is estimated to be over US$100 billion! Unfortunately, millions of sufferers are left to deal with the effects of this disease, living a life of discomfort and discrimination.