11 November 2019
Results of studies investigating the gut microbiome playing a role in the development of Parkinson's disease (PD) are compared to provide recommendations to improve patient outcomes. This review is published in the open access JPD special issue on "The Gut-Brain Axis in Parkinson's Disease".
8 November 2019
Amsterdam, NL – By following a group of newly diagnosed patients with Parkinson's disease (PD) for a decade or more, researchers have been able to identify several factors never before reported that appear to be associated with higher mortality rates in PD patients compared to the general populat
7 November 2019
Does Parkinson's disease (PD) start in the brain or the gut? This review is published in the open access JPD special issue on "The Gut-Brain Axis in Parkinson's Disease".
25 September 2019
Amsterdam, NL – There is growing evidence that Parkinson's disease (PD) affects women and men differently.
22 August 2019
12 June 2019
4 March 2019
Amsterdam, NL – Exercise has potential to improve non-motor as well as motor symptoms of Parkinson's
27 February 2019
New Treatment Offers Potentially Promising Results for the Possibility of Slowing, Stopping, or Even Reversing Parkinson's Disease
Amsterdam, NL – A pioneering clinical trials program that delivered an experimental treatment directly to the brain offers hope that it may be possible to restore the cells damaged in Parkinson's disease.
14 February 2019
Amsterdam, NL – Cell replacement may play an increasing role in alleviating the motor symptoms of Parkinson's disease in future. Writing in a special open access special supplement to the Journal of Parkinson's Disease, experts describe how newly developed stem cell technologies could be used to treat the disease and discuss the great promise, as well as the significant challenges, of stem cell treatment.
12 February 2019
The Search for the Holy Grail: Promising Strategies for Slowing, Stopping, or Reversing Parkinson's Disease
Amsterdam, NL – Understanding of the processes involved in Parkinson's disease (PD) degeneration has vastly improved over the last 20 years. In this insightful review published in an open access special supplement to the Journal of Parkinson's Disease, experts consider which of the existing strategies to slow down or stop the degenerative processes of PD are most likely to be successful over the next 20 years.