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  • Writer's pictureJulie Manley

Montreal scientists discover potential Parkinson's disease breakthrough

Scientists at University of Montreal and at the Montreal Neurological Institute at McGill University have discovered a link between Parkinson's Disease and autoimmune diseases in hopes of paving the way for new treatments down the road.

Register for the Parkinson's SuperWalk to help raise money for Parkinson's disease research. We will be there September 10th showing our support.

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Caroline Mcgaughey
Caroline Mcgaughey
20 may

At the age of 66, my spouse was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. His symptoms included excruciating calf pain, muscular aches, tremors, slurred speech, frequent falls, loss of balance, and trouble standing up from a seated posture. After six months on Senemet, Siferol was given to him in place of the Senemet. It was also at this period that he was diagnosed with dementia. He began seeing hallucinations and became detached from reality. With the doctor's approval, we stopped giving him Siferol and chose to try the Natural Herbs Center PD-5 program, which we had previously investigated. After three months of therapy, he has made significant progress. The illness has been completely contained. There are no symptoms of persistent twitching, weakness,…

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