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Is there any way I can help my father. He is 67 years old and since a month ago, Parkinson's disease is in his life, and life of our entire family. We will be there for him, even though he does not like to ask for help. I know that there are no cure, but still I am trying to get informed as much as I can. I have heard of stem cell parkinson's disease connection. Is there one? How does it work?

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It is true that there are researches on stem cell influence on Parkinson's disease. Main problem in this condition is a lost of nerve cells that produce neurotransmitter dopamine. If these stem cells could be activated in a way to replace those dead cells in their function of producing dopamine there might be hope for Parkinson's disease patients (and not just them, all patients suffering from similar conditions).
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