PARKINSONS CURE WHIT ,IM QUITE RAATTY LOOKING

FOR MANY YEARS PARKINSONS RESEARCH HAS PLAYED AT RESEARCHING,.NO SWEAT NO RUSH , NO HEAT TO GET A RESULT

PARKINSONS RESEARCH EMPLOYS ALOT OF PEOPLE,

BANG,, SUDDENLY A CURE, IS ANNOUNCED, LIKE THE HORMONE PUMP FROM BRISTOL UNIVERSITY, THEN IT WAS REVERSE GEAR

THE HORMONE /DRUGSWERE WITHDRAWN,,WHY??

ALL THE TEFAL HEADS ALL THE GRANTS, ALL THE FUNDING

AND STILL THEY ARE (....AS WE ARE ADVISED)

CLUELESS IN PARKYVILLE

UNLESS YOU ARE A PARKY YOU DONT REALISE WHAT A LIVING HELL THIS IS

,WE CLUTCH AT ANYTHING HOPEFULL TO REJOIN LIFE

A RECENT STUDY T EVALUATE HOW MANY PIECES OF TOILET ROLL PARKYS USE,HAS BEEN WIPED, FROM FUNDING BY,THE SOCIETY,ON THE GROUNDS OF BEING DOWN THE PAN

AND THATS NOT SO FAR OFF THE MARK

A CURE , I RECKON THERE IS ONE BUT IT REMAINS UNANOUNCED

UNTIL A CHEAPER SOLUTION IS FOUND,YEA BABY

MEDICAL TRIALS

F ANYONE HAS TRIED TO BE A TRIALIST COLOUR RELIGION HEIGHT WEIGHT.HAD DIAHORHEA, LESS THAN 5 TIMES,BJT NO DBS. N O DBS.THE TRIALS ARE LOADED,, FOR A SUCCESS.NO DISCRIMINATION,,I VERY GOOD

YOUR APPLICATION MIGHT BE CONSIDERED

THE POWER OF MONEY, DEERIE ME

BUT

THERE IS AN OBVIOUS RACE BETWEEN PHARMACUTICAL COMPANIES AND CELL SUPPLIERS,TO EFFECTIVELY KICK MR PARKINSONS NUTS( PUBLICLY)

THE WINNER WILL BE WHO?

IM QUITE RATTY LOOKING,

HONESTLY

PROFESSOR

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  • There is no question here but,Well, I most certanly agree with much of what you say,The fact is you can bemoan publicly everything that is wrong with a system,if you want to improve it youve got to work with it.The cure no one is hiding it, or with-holding it from you, it just isnt there or close to being,Youve got as much chance of discovering it yourself .Yes money is power,because government and the people who drive the machine make it so.Well my first cure of the day,Im of to make a cuppa tea mmmmm nectar,then on with the business of living.

  • there is no doubt, the system is money driven

    the system is not managed/structured to find a cure, its structured to research,i.e suck it and see....all researchers doin their own thing

    why not get the best of the best doctors in a team, their remit find a cure

    , but no, they all have their own cabbage patch

    i reckon this new trihormone, treatment((,"cure..ish) "prosavin", is pretty close to a result

    or cell treatment neuro graft ,stem celllgraft/ transplant, emvbryotic or other

    ,but to say anyone could find a cure is silly .unadvised , out of touch with progress

    pixie im sorry

    i was not moaning about the system,i was identifying why things the system produces takes so long,

    if you canmake and hold a cup of tea, i can see why your viewpoint, is so relaxed /casual, you are still living,a good way of life

    idesperastely need a treatment,cure,relief, things aint so rosy

    there are 2 questions in the original script, ist,withdrawal homone drug and 2nd cell or drug race

    professor

  • A better alternative would be to look for a true cure. To look for the true source of the disease. The death of dopamine neurons in the brain is no less a symptom of the disease than is tremor. Learning why they die and looking at individuals as just that - individuals - to see what habits and traits they possess that predisposes them to these symptoms would be the answer. The problem is that this doesn't fit our current medical movement. Finding a common symptom in large groups and treating that symptom is the home run the big pharmaceutical companies are looking for every day. How do you patent and sell life style changes, modifications in sleep or nutrition? Pharmaceutical drugs, for the most part, cure nothing. They allow us to live broken. Now you may say "what's wrong with that if the symptoms are gone and I can move on?". You wouldn't treat you car that way, is what I would reply.

  • I think the French are on the right track: gp.net/?=2252 What do you think?

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  • Sorry, try this: gp29.net/?p=2252

  • MagicMax,

    This article was so encouraging. Thanks!

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