Have new breakthroughs been made in treating Parkinson’s Disease? Through new therapeutic techniques, promising results have been shown.
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Dr. Anumantha Kanthasamy, the Director of the Center for Brain Science, shares his research and work developing new therapies and detection methods for Parkinson’s Disease.
Parkinson’s Disease and other neurodegenerative diseases have long plagued folks around the globe. Unfortunately, despite the prevalence of these conditions, there has been little progress in treating or reversing the associated symptoms.
One of the most promising sites of progress in treating such diseases has been the gut biome. Since the gut biome is one of the most significant influences on the rest of the body, learning how to influence it can help us better regulate the brain.
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