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Australian Scientists Made A Tool To Spot Parkinson's Disease Before There Are Physical Symptoms

Researchers at RMIT University have developed the first tool that can diagnose Parkinson's disease, even when there are no physical symptoms - and it has an accuracy rate of 93 per cent. More »      
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