Does that title sound like science fiction? I kid you not! I picked up a magazine at the doctor's office yesterday (granted it was from Nov/Dec 2013 and definitely non-medical) and read this brief article on a "genius," Max Little, He received his doctorate from Oxford in applied mathematics but his work has been across disciplines. A TEDGlobal 2012 Fellow and a Wellcome Trust-MIT Postdoctoral Fellow, he is now working on non-invasive monitoring of neurological disorders using smartphones, including the Parkinson's Voice Initiative, in which he and his team developed a cheap and simple tool that uses voice analysis software to detect Parkinson's - a disease with no known biomarkers - with 99 % accuracy in a 30 sec, phone call STRELLEY, YOUR HELP HERE, PLEASE! Is this for real? Will it have any value for PSP patients? The big caveat is that this information came from The Saturday Evening Post.
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