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> Parkinson's doesn't occur in non-human animals---WHY?, physiology of man versus other animals
post Nov 07, 2012, 09:17 PM
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Parkinson's doesn't occur in non-human animals---WHY? If you can really answer that question, it should be a giant clue to the cause of Parkinson's. Does anyone know enough about the differences in physiology of humans versus non-human animals to answer?
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