I am going to make a dart board of this picture. My enemy - a picture of Alpha-Synuclein protein. Clumps of the a-synuclein accumulate in the brains of all people with Parkinson’s disease (PD). Finding ways to break up, clear, or eliminate the toxicity of these clumps could go a long way toward finding a disease-modifying treatment for PD.
Michael Vullo, aways said I had spaghetti for brains. Looking at this picture, he may be right. My mad scientist baby brother.
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"Lisa Chalker is One Face of Early Onset Parkinson's Disease. Come along on her journey from symptoms to diagnosis; through treatments and therapies. There are highs and lows, miracles and heart notes, and the determination to never, ever, ever, ever give up on the power of HOPE."