Whether you’ve just been diagnosed or are researching for a friend or family member, here you’ll find everything you need to know about Parkinson’s. All material has been researched, reviewed and validated by experts.
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Parkinson’s is difficult to diagnose because there is no specific test for the condition. Symptoms vary from person to person and a number of other illnesses have similar symptoms
The bowel is a term used to describe the small and large intestines. It is a long, tube-shaped organ that is responsible for processing our food.
Slowing down or stopping the process of neurodegeneration remains one of the most important goals of current Parkinson’s research.
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Get a quick overview of what Parkinson's disease is, who it affects and its typical symptoms here.
Everyone’s experience is different but for some people, receiving a diagnosis of Parkinson’s is almost a relief as they finally have a reason for the symptoms they have been experiencing.
Essential Tremor (ET) is a relatively common condition that results in trembling in the hands or arms, which in some cases can subsequently spread to cause tremor of the head, legs, trunk or voice.
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