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What is Parkinson’s disease?

It is a progressive, incurable deterioration of the part of the brain that produces a chemical needed to carry signals to the regions that control movement.

How common is Parkinson’s?

About one million people in the United States, and between seven million and 10 million worldwide, are thought to have Parkinson’s, according to theParkinson’s Disease Foundation.

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