One study found that dopaminergenic therapies for Parkinson’s disease patients resulted in lower dyskinesias as well as lower incidences of freezing, drowsiness, and edema–resulting in better quality-of-life through symptom control.
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In one study, deep-brain stimulation for Parkinson’s patients significantly reduced their required dosages of antiparkinsonian medications, consequently decreasing their medication costs by 32% 1 year after surgery, and 39% 2… [ Get More Details ]
An Alzheimer’s treatment breakthrough that slowed disease progression and began to show effects in 2015, would reduce Medicaid costs for people with the disease by $62 billion–from the expected $178… [ Get More Details ]
Stem Cell Therapy Study Shows Improved Motor Function in Parkinson’s