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If you were born during the Spanish Flu, your risk of Parkinson’s was 2 to 3 times higher than if you were born before 1888 or after 1924. As the COVID-19 generation, are we at a similar risk today?
Recently, researchers tackled that question as they replicated a midcentury study that observed the connections between Parkinson’s and the H1N1 Spanish flu—except this time, studying SARS-CoV-2 instead. Join study author Pete Schmidt, PhD (Rho) and Mark Stacy, MD (MUSC Health) as they discuss the new study, including what biopharma sponsors should know about its implications and opportunities for future movement disorder research. You’ll learn:
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