The Distinction Between Treatment Approaches in Past, Present, and Future of Parkinson’s Disease

Indhu Kodali, Anushiya Mohan and Varsha Pidugu
Abstract

An evaluation of future options to control symptoms and halt progression of Parkinson’s disease (PD) is conducted after reviewing the substantial contributions made by Dr. Gerald Stern to past and current treatments for PD patients. In addition to improving mitochondrial function and stopping synuclein and neuromelanin accumulation, as well as refining stem cell and gene therapies, these opportunities will depend on greater understanding of the relative contributions of the environment, genetics, and epigenetics to disease onset. It will be possible to achieve such advancements through the deployment of improved models for the disease.

Published on: June 03, 2024
doi: 10.17756/jnen.2024-114
Citation: Kodali I, Mohan A, Pidugu V. 2024. The Distinction Between Treatment Approaches in Past, Present, and Future of Parkinson’s Disease. J Neurol Exp Neurosci 10(1): 19-23.
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