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Hello,

My dad(52yrs) has been diagnosed for cerebral vermian atrophy after a recent MRI scan.(Cells are degenerating on the mid-line of the brain) .He loses balance while walking, climbing stairs or even when he gets up from a chair. Seems like it is getting worse compared to the last month. Doctor said it is hereditary. But none in our family had it before. He has never touched alcohol in his life either. Has no history of medical conditions . This came up from the middle of no where. Can it be cured somehow? Please help.

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Your father may have PCD paraneoplastic cerebellar degeneration.  This condition is associated with cancer. Please check for cancer eg Lungs, Testicles, Prostate

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