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Lorraine Kalia, a neurologist at University of Toronto, Canada says 'Parkinson's disease is a huge personal burden on people and on their families, but also a huge social burden because of the costs for managing patients with this disease.'

Lorraine Kalia, a neurologist at University of Toronto, Canada, says the emerging complexity of Parkinson's disease biology suggests that future treatment may involve multiple targets

Source  Courtesy of Lorraine Kalia