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If the medical profession does know about GDNF then they should have jumped onto the bandwagon, inand made every effort to tell their patients about it! That has not happened, at least not in my neck of the woods.
Does this mean that this vital information is not being disseminated amongst all the players in the medical world? If so, why would that be?
Patients should all be shown that they are capable of walking, at least most of them can. Whatever walking they do manage to do would be better than nothing.
Getting better, even by a little bit is better than continuing to get worse. As far as I know, scientists knew about the existence of GDNF, long beforewhen the first clinical test was performed in England.
If they knew about it so long ago, why did we all not know about it? I assume that it must have been found first inside the brain of a human being. The purpose of GDNF must have been known, otherwise, why would Amgen have made an artificial version of it? When the trials were started, they must have known that GDNF repairs the damaged brain cells, and they were conducting these trials to see how effective it is!
That would have cost next to nothing, compared to what that first artificial GDNF trial must have cost.
Are we all so powerless that we are unable to take action against this silence on what fast walking can do for us? This was the published result of that trial: The autopsy analysis revealed re-growth of nerve fibers in the putamen area of the brain. The condition gradually destroys the brain's ability to control the muscles - there is no cure.
Determined to give himself the best possible prognosis, Tom embarked on a very personal journey to meet leading scientists in the hope of finding new treatments that would help him. Three years ago it seemed he'd found the answer: Parkinson's is caused by a shortage of dopamine, a chemical messenger involved in movement, mood and behaviour.
Why this happens is still not known. GDNF seems to work by stimulating dopamine production and preventing degeneration of the brain cells.
The drug is delivered via a catheter permanently implanted in the brain.
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The catheter is connected to a Jaffa cake-sized pump sewn into the abdomen. Their hand co-ordination was unbelievable, in exercises they could move their hand easily from left to right, something that had previously been impossible under the onslaught of Parkinson's,' says Tom.Email from Atomic64 on the HealthUnlocked Blog.
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