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Research breakthrough in Mexico! Mexico team makes progress in Parkinson’s treatment

This article was published in 2015. Mexican researchers developed a dopamine patch that is implanted in an individuals brain. The dopamine patch has helped PD sufferers recover to 85% of their capacity. Has anyone heard of this? Why aren't we hearing about something like this?

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It's brain surgery in rats, so by the time it gets to human trials in the US, would be several years, then another 6 or 8 years to complete all human trials, then another few years for FDA approval. There are therapies further along in the pipeline.


So interesting. How can humans get hold of this??


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