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01.30.17
Brain mapping could lead to better Parkinson's treatments
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Brain mapping could lead to better Parkinson's treatments

Switching on specific neurons could show how diseases affect the brain at large.

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06.15.16
Researchers have engineered monkeys with Parkinson's disease
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Researchers have engineered monkeys with Parkinson's disease

It's a controversial use of genetic engineering that could lead to major breakthroughs.

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04.21.16
Australian researchers developed a blood test for Parkinson's
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Australian researchers developed a blood test for Parkinson's

La Trobe University needs five more years and additional funding before we see it, though.

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02.03.16
ICYMI: Cockroach torture, an app for Parkinson's and more
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ICYMI: Cockroach torture, an app for Parkinson's and more

Jurassic Park should have taught us: Just because you can, doesn't mean you should.

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11.09.15
Doctors breach the blood-brain barrier for the first time
11.09.15

Doctors breach the blood-brain barrier for the first time

According to researchers, guiding medicine directly into the brain could revolutionize neurological therapies.

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10.08.15
Nanowire technology will improve brain-stimulating implants
10.08.15

Nanowire technology will improve brain-stimulating implants

This newly developed nanowire technology will prevent the brain from attacking 'foreign' identified implants.

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04.03.15
Computer keyboards could detect early-stage Parkinson's disease
04.03.15

Computer keyboards could detect early-stage Parkinson's disease

It's tough identifying Parkinson's disease in its early stages -- there are no standard lab tests...

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