Many of us are working on risk factors of Parkinson’s and early identification strategies, but what do patients with PD think about finding out they were at risk before the point of diagnosis? Here the authors surveyed >100 patients with PD and found interesting results.
More than half would not have wanted to know that they were at risk if there was no medical treatment that could be offered prior to diagnosis… but this number dropped to 15% if there were lifestyle changes that one could make to reduce risk.
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