Comments on “Accidental discovery leads to Parkinson’s disease cure in mice”

  1. jim S shearer says:
    06/05/2022 at 10:37 AM

    If it truly shows promise withhold the therapy from humans especially with those who have little
    to lose. Too much red tape, too much safety first, If we did this with “the Vaccine” we would still be in the pandemic. Instead we have millions of mice test models in the form of humans mandated to receive the shot without any knowledge of the long term consequences of the therapy. I for one would gladly take a chance for improved quality of life over “safety” even if it meant that there was a chance of shortening my life by a few years, I believe it is about the quality of life not the quantity of life. A long term progressive disease is no fun living for the patient or loved ones. Show me the way to a cure not masking of symptoms.

    1. beth says:
      06/15/2022 at 1:28 PM

      I echo your comments Jim. When it comes to breakthroughs that can actually save lives, too much red tape. But well done to the researchers. Hoping this can be fast tracked.


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