Tears may be the key to early Parkinson's diagnosis

As is the case with so many other maladies, the sooner that Parkinson’s disease is definitively diagnosed, the better. With that in mind, scientists from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles now believe that it may be possible to detect the disease earlier than ever, via analysis of the patient’s tears…
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