Parkinson's Gene Therapy Wires New Brain Circuits

09:11 EST 28 Nov 2018 |

WEDNESDAY, Nov. 28, 2018 -- An experimental gene therapy for Parkinson's disease seems to work by rewiring key areas of the brain, a new study finds. The researchers focused on 15 Parkinson's patients who, in an earlier trial, had received...

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