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Default Symptoms of Parkinsonís Before Birth?

ď Two abnormalities were seen in developing dopamine including malfunctioning of lysosomes and the accumulation of alpha-synuclein. The researchers explained how these are the earliest signs of Parkinsonís disease.ď
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Not before birth, but as a kid I had a masked face. People were often saying to me "Cheer up" even though I was quite happy.

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AlzForum has a solid article discussing this research:
Does Young-Onset Parkinson’s Arise in Lysosomes? | ALZFORUM
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