Published in Gene Therapy Weekly, March 29th, 1999
The study also provides further evidence that the most common form of Parkinson's may involve a genetic predisposition to the disease.
The study was designed to determine if a specific battery of tests can identify children and siblings (or "first-degree" relatives) of Parkinson's disease patients with no signs of the disease but who are significantly more impaired than "normal" individuals in the same age group. ...
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