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Connolly was in London on Monday for a Downing Street reception, hosted by Theresa May, marking 200 years since Dr James Parkinson's Essay on the Shaking Palsy, which established Parkinson's as a recognised medical condition.
Parkinson's disease is named after the British doctor, James Parkinson, who described the disease as a shaking palsy in 1817.
Parkinson's disease, described by James Parkinson in 1817 as shaking palsy, is a chronic progressive disease of unknown cause.
The study, led by Jorge Aeeves Ruiz, an expert in physiology and emeritus researcher at the Center for Research and Advanced Studies (CINVESTAV), uses stem cells to generate a type of nerve cells known as dopaminergic and reactivate, orderly, the production of dopamine in the brain of rats with symptoms of shaking palsy or Parkinson's disease.
PARKINSON'S DISEASE NO LONGER INCURABLE--Parkinsonism, or shaking palsy, is no longer a hopeless, progressive, incurable disease.