What Is Fetal Cell Transplantation?
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What Kinds of Genetic Research Is Being Done?
Research in Parkinson's disease has made remarkable progress. There is very real hope that the causes, whether genetic or environmental, will be identified and the precise effects of these causes on brain function will be understood.Researchers continue developing new treatments for Parkinson's disease, treatments that give real hope for people suffering with the disease. Some treatments currently being studied involve fetal cell transplantation, the use of stem cells, and gene therapy. http://wb.md/1INUutt
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