Ken Garber

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  • Ken Garber
  • 2010
I t's hard to imagine two diseases more different than Parkinson's and cancer. Parkinson's disease, a progressive neuro-logical disease that causes tremors, muscular rigidity, and loss of motor function, happens when neurons that release the neu-rotransmitter dopamine die in the tiny substantia nigra region of the brain. In cancer , cell death fails to(More)