About our Research, Scientific Studies and Parkinson’s Disease
About Our Research
The Michael Stern Parkinson’s Research Foundation Scientific Achievements in Parkinson’s Research
From its establishment in 2001 till December 2007, The Michael Stern Parkinson’s Research Foundation has provided over $18 million for research to find the causes and a cure for Parkinson’s disease. In these few short years, we’ve made major progress towards those goals.
A new breakthrough study published in the November 14th online edition of Cell will help answer the question, what causes Parkinson’s disease?
Click link here for more information on the largest Parkinson’s finding in 25 years.
The Michael Stern Parkinson’s Research Foundation, funds world renowned research teams.
Our scientists are at the forefront of research and, based on their understanding of how the disease ravages the brain, have developed many insights into how the devastating symptoms of Parkinson’s disease might be prevented or delayed.
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