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Slowing the Progress of Parkinson’s Disease Would Save Money

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Johnson S, Diener M, Kaltenboeck A, Birnbaum H, Siderowf A. An Economic Model of Parkinson’s Disease: Implications for slowing progression in the United States. Mov Disorders. 2013; 28(3). https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/mds.25328

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Title
An Economic Model of Parkinson’s Disease: Implications for slowing progression in the United States
Publication
Mov Disorders
Publication Date
2013
Authors
Johnson S, Diener M, Kaltenboeck A, Birnbaum H, Siderowf A
Volume & Issue
Volume 28, Issue 3
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