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Parkinson's Disease

  • An estimated 340,000 Americans were diagnosed with PD in 2005, a figure that is expected to grow as the population ages. PD exerts a tremendous cost, both economically and on the health-related quality of life. It affects every aspect of an individual’s life, from physical changes such as progressive motor dysfunction to cognitive and behavioral changes. It also has a significant impact on family members and other caregivers, with caregivers’ quality of life directly related to patients’ health-related quality of life.

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    Fri, 08/19/2011
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  • This program has been designed to provide education to family physicians and other primary care providers on the diagnosis and management of Parkinson’s Disease (PD). An estimated 340,000 Americans were diagnosed with PD in 2005, a figure that is expected to grow as the population ages. PD exerts a tremendous cost, both economically and on the health-related quality of life.

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    Fri, 08/19/2011
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