Ending Parkinson's Disease

Ending Parkinson's Disease Four Top Experts Provide A Plan To Help Prevent The Parkinson S Pandemic, Improve Care And Treatment, And End The Silence Associated With This Devastating Disease Brain Diseases Are Now The World S Leading Source Of Disability The Fastest Growing Of These Is Parkinson S The Number Of People With Parkinson S Doubled To Over Million Over The Last Years And Is Projected To Double Again By Harmful Pesticides Known To Cause Parkinson S Proliferate, Many People Remain Undiagnosed And Untreated, Research Funding Stagnates, And The Most Effective Treatment Is Now A Half Century Old In Ending Parkinson S Disease, Four Leading Doctors And Advocates Offer A Bold But Actionable Pact To Prevent, Advocate For, Care For, And Treat One Of The Great Health Challenges Of Our Time This Is A Critical Guide For Anyone Who Has Or Could Be Touched By This Disease

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  • Hardcover
  • 336 pages
  • Ending Parkinson's Disease
  • Ray Dorsey
  • 14 October 2018
  • 9781541724525

10 thoughts on “Ending Parkinson's Disease

  1. says:

    Parkinsonism is a fast growing group of neurological disorders, including best known Parkinson s Disease In this newly released survey of the epidemiology, a collaboration of several leading medical scientists and policy experts present a broad and accessible introduction to the topics Before publication, I received a protected PDF ebook from PublicAffairs of the Hachette Book Group, for purposes of reading and publishing a review on my blog and other social media I am personally interested as a retired biomedical engineer, whose father has a long term and now advanced case of PD.Parkinsonism has a complexity of root causes Genetics, environmental contamination, and patient experience all can have some component The chapters are nicely organized into topics that dissect the issues history and genetics, trends in occurrence, environmental pesticides, solvents and contaminated ground water, head trauma and diet, care taking, new treatments, and public policy issues Sometimes, within a topic, the writing takes too much of a smorgasbord and anecdotal approach for my taste But in general, it is a concise flow, with minimal repetitiveness, and useful illustrations My scientific interest is on the level of cellular and chemical biology, and I found those topics to be glossed over in favor of statements of medical outcome However, as a family member, the breadth and depth were just about right It ends with a prescriptive call of 25 actions that should be taken to prevent the disease, advocate for resources and policy changes, care for those affected, and develop and improve therapies This is an important topic, and the book rises to it Recommended This book is being released, and I read it, during the COVID 19 pandemic I have to say that I found the authors contention that pandemic should be expanded to include non infectious diseases, because infectious disease is no longer a leading source of death and disability, to be too sensationalistic at this time and actually unnecessary to the understanding of Parkinsonism.

  2. says:

    This book has four authors who combined to shed their thoughts on how Parkinson s disease which is the fastest growing neurological disease in the world can be ended It is noteworthy that the proceeds from the book go to Parkinson s research This book is helpful to those already diagnosed as well as to their families and caretakers By following the guidelines many can be spared from the disease even if Parkinson s is not totally eliminated.

  3. says:

    Excellent book

  4. says:

    A very informative book that all people with Parkinson s, caretakers and physicians should read It brings to light many issues associated with the disease and how treatment has not advanced much in many years I was especially interested in the factors that put people at risk for the disease and the treatments because my mother suffers from it I found it profoundly informative, the environmental factors involved with this disease were very eye opening The book would be very impactful to even people not affected by the disease and I highly recommend it for anyone who wants to learn about this debilitating disease I am grateful to Netgalley and the publishers for the opportunity to read an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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