Doctors can now recommend medical marijuana for patients with certain conditions.
A 38-year-old Dighton woman who has Parkinson’s Disease says she’s hopeful after undergoing a new treatment called “deep brain stimulation.”
To say that Dave epitomized what broadcasting was, and is all about, is not an over-statement. He had the voice, he had the wit, he had the intelligence and most of all, he had the compassionate understanding of his audience, and he used every ounce of his gifts, to serve others.
An experimental treatment improved symptoms of Parkinson’s disease in a mid-stage test, echoing results of an earlier pilot study.
There could also be a new drug to help patients with Parkinson’s disease. Most of the drugs on the market right now only target the symptoms. But Paula Ebben shows us how a new approach could actually slow down the progression of the disease.