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Old 07-14-2009, 01:46 PM   #1
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Scientists Close In On Genes Responsible For Parkinson's Disease

ScienceDaily (Jan. 2, 2006) — Scientists have identified 570 genes that act abnormally during the development of Parkinson's Disease, a finding which could help doctors predict the likelihood of it developing, and provide targets for new treatments

oh i just noticed the date.....sorry this is probably out of date.

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