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PARKINSON’S ASSOCIATED PROTEIN LINKED TO HUMAN UPPER GI TRACT INFECTIONS

A new study reports chronic infections of the upper gastrointestinal tract could be linked to Parkinson’s disease. Researchers say alpha synuclein, a Parkinson’s linked protein, is released during upper GI infections, inducing an immune response. Findings suggest frequent chronic infections could overwhelm the body’s ability to remove the protein, leading to the onset of Parkinson’s. READ MORE…

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connie dello buono

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