The month of February thus far seems to be a month rich with the release of new medical research in the field of Parkinson’s disease. A report today involving intranasal stem cell delivery to the brains of laboratory rats with Parkinson’s symptoms has brought positive results – extremely positive results worth celebrating.
It is a fact that there can be significant differences in these therapies and in human testing, but I try to take the positive view – these research projects are occurring with promising results – which hopefully will translate to additional research – eventually advancing to human . . . → Read More: 144 Days To Mt. Kilimanjaro – Groundbreaking Stem Cell Therapy In Parkinson’s Disease