Brain Cell Therapy 'Promising' for Parkinson's Disease

In exciting news, BBC.com reports that scientists believe they may have found a way not only to treat, but possibly reverse Parkinson’s disease. The therapy, conducted on mice, involves reprogramming brain cells to do the work of damaged dopamine neurons. Scientists said their next challenge is to see if it will work in humans. Parkinson's disease is a neurological disorder in which neurons in dopamine-producing cells within a region of your brain known as the substantia nigra, which...

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