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Parkinson's Science POV Series

  • Podcast: Treating Parkinson's 'Off' Episodes

    Reporting on Stem Cells for Parkinson’s

    Stem cells have grabbed headlines for decades. Now, at last, they are starting to deliver on their therapeutic promise, with multiple stem cell therapies in clinical trials for Parkinson’s disease…

  • Podcast: Treating Parkinson's 'Off' Episodes

    Ask MJFF Anything: Your Questions for Our Scientists

    In the latest installment of our award-winning “Parkinson’s Science POV” series, MJFF’s Maggie Kuhl sits down with Mark Frasier and Brian Fiske, Chief Science Officers at MJFF, in an “Ask MJFF…

  • The Michael J. Fox Foundation's Podcast

    Making Strides: Treatments and Technology for Walking Problems in Parkinson's

    Walking is a complex skill. So, shares Catherine Kopil, PhD, in the third episode of our “Parkinson’s Science POV” podcast series.

    Gait requires a symphony of connections between the…

  • Podcast: Treating Parkinson's 'Off' Episodes

    Testing, Testing – How Doctors and Scientists Detect Parkinson’s

    How is Parkinson’s diagnosed? Tracked? Importantly, predicted? In the second episode of our “Parkinson’s Science POV” podcast series, MJFF Chief Scientific Officers discuss progress toward better…

  • Podcast: Our MD Talks Muscle Cramps with Parkinson's

    Three Reasons to Be Optimistic about Parkinson’s Therapies for All Stages of Disease

    Parkinson’s disease changes: its biology and symptoms start even before the cardinal movement issues and evolve decades after diagnosis. In the first episode of our new podcast series “Parkinson’s…

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