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A review of the latest research and treatment options for this complex neurological disease that affects an estimated 6.3 million people worldwide
- Dr. Peter Lansbury professor of neurology, Harvard Medical School and director of the Morris K. Udall Parkinson's Research Center of Excellence at Brigham and Women's Hospital
- Dr. Diane Murphy program director, Neurodegeneration Group, National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), NIH
- Dr. Monique Giroux director, Movement Disorders Outpatient Services in the Center for Neurological Restoration and medical director of the National Parkinson Foundation Center of Excellence at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation
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