There are so many options to relieve aggravated symptoms of Parkinson's disease, but no sure shot cure or preventive drug is available to date. But researchers have come up with some encouraging findings from the reviews.
100 clinical trials are underway around the world, testing for various
preventive therapies and treatments for this neurodegenerative disorder.
number of trials and the increasing breadth of therapies means that finding the
solution in the future is improving.
Richard Wyse, director of research and development at The Cure Parkinson's
Trust, in the United Kingdom said, "The outlook is encouraging for the
clinical trial field, given the broad range of therapeutics being clinically
treatments can give some relief from symptoms, and most of them were developed
decades ago. Undergoing clinical trials are coming up with new solutions to
treat better, potentially slowing down, stopping, or reversing the disease.
Stott, senior author of the review, deputy director of research at The Cure
Parkinson's Trust, said, "With the discovery of the first genetic risk
factors for Parkinson's disease at the turn of this century, researchers have
begun to develop a better understanding of the possible biological pathways
that may be governing/influencing the progressive neurodegeneration associated
with Parkinson's disease."
disease is the most common neurodegenerative disorder after Alzheimer's
disease, and its cure can help many live a healthy life.