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A study in rodents suggests that skin cells can be transformed into neurons to treat neurodegeneration.
Biologist Doug Melton talks about how disease-specific stem cells will reshape medicine.
Scientists are searching for clues into why some Parkinson’s drugs trigger compulsive behavior.
An upcoming clinical trial will attempt to solve problems that have plagued one potentially promising treatment.
The first transgenic primates able to pass on their foreign genes are both a stunning medical advance and a troubling peek into the future.
Studies suggest that deep brain stimulation could effectively treat depression.
The nuclei of brain stem cells in some Parkinson’s patients become misshapen with age. The discovery opens up new ways to target the disease.
When transplanted into rodents with brain damage similar to Parkinson’s, the cells reversed the animals’ motor issues.