Parkinson's Movement
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New hope for Parkinson's Patients

Please Register at: clinicrowd.easywebinar.live...

Join our Webinar to hear how Mannitol helps Parkinson's patients around the world. We'll present real life evidences from Parkinson's patients that use Mannitol on a daily basis over the last year.

To date there is no cure for Parkinson’s. All medications treat symptoms only. This is the 1st time anyone has shown a direct effect on α-synuclein - the cause of Parkinson’s but unfortunately no one has the financial incentive to further invasigate it.

We don't sell Mannitol it's a commercial off-the-shelf, product that is commercially available and can be bought in Amazon and many other places

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For those who missed the Webinar you can watch it at

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Hi Amir,

It's an amazing work CliniCrowd is doing. I'm among the early subscribers and an enthusiastic follower.

Let me just add that the ergonomics of the site is sometimes awkward in my opinion.

And, most importantly that all my issues with the site were solved by using Internet Explorer in lieu of Firefox.

Keep up the good work.

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Thanks Xenos. I will try that. I find the site very slow to respond and I use Firefox.

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There are two options, replay previous webinar and register for event on Sunday. I chose the Sunday event. I assume that's the one you are referring to.

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Yes It is

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Sorry I respect your enthusiasm but mannitol has made no change to progression of my disease

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Thanks for the input. 2 comments

Parkinson's is a very personal disease, it affects each person differently, and each person's response to treatment will be different ans so is Mannitol. Some patients felt improvement only after 7 months of use.

CliniCrowd's initial goal was to stop the progresion of Parkinson's disease (PD) which is a chronic and progressive movement disorder, which means, the symptoms continue and worsen over time. We didn't expect that patients will improve and as of today many of them where improved.

Second we see from the reports that some times subjectively patients thought that Mannitol doesn't help but when you look at the objective reports you can see that it helps....

Patience is the name of the game!

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This is a link to an earlier presentation:

I am pretty sure Mannitol has helped slow the progression, but it hasn't stopped it ( been using it for about a year).

Is useful for regaining sense of smell and reducing tremors.

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For those who missed the Webinar you can watch it at

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