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Deep brain stimulation may slow Parkinson's progression

Individuals with early-stage Parkinson's disease who received deep brain stimulation in addition to standard drug therapies had five times reduced odds of developing worse rest tremors after five years, compared with those who received therapies alone, researchers reported in Neurology. The findings also showed a fifteen-fold reduced likelihood of needing numerous Parkinson's therapies among those in the DBS group.

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