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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 Science POV,” MJFF Chief Scientific Officers discuss strategies to stop disease progression at every stage. This episode covers our Foundation’s approach to preventing cognitive changes and falls and to moving toward a world where no one receives a diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease.

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In this episode, MJFF Vice President of Research Communications, Maggie Kuhl, talks to:

  • Brian Fiske, PhD; MJFF Chief Scientific Officer
  • Mark Frasier, PhD; MJFF Chief Scientific Officer

View a transcript of this podcast.    

Read more about the latest in research and our strategy to move forward faster in our Year in Review publication.

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