GDNF-I was speaking to my sister in UK today and she sent me a link to a hospital there that is doing some very promising research on pd.
cshamb in Parkinson's Movement5 years ago
GDNF breaks the blood brain barrier and sounds hopeful. If you have not already heard of it here is the link she sent me. http/:www.bbc.co....
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