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No cure: There is no cure for parkinson disease. There are many good medications, and exercise helps as well. There is nothing "natural" that has been shown to be helpful. Previously it was thought that coq10 was helpful, but more recent evidence suggests that it does not help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Available Treatments: No, but treatments are becoming available. In 2008, tetrabenazine was the first fda approved drug for chorea in hd; discuss this option with your neurologist. Combining medication and psychotherapy can be effective for addressing mood symptoms in hd. There is no effective treatment for cognitive symptoms at the moment. Unfortunately, treatments help with symptoms but not the progression of hd. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
We're closing in : This is in actuality a complex multi-neurotransmitter deficiency disorder with deposition of mis-folded proteins, and a lot more complex than thought years ago. The deep brain stimulation devices are bringing far better outcomes to the scene, and provides insight on how best to approach this complex disorder. ...Read more
Research: There are medications and procedures (e.g. Dbs surgery) that can help alleviate the symptoms of parkinson's disease, but there is no cure currently. Since pd (at least initially) involves only a small very localized group of cells, pd is one of the more promising targets for stem cell transplant research. More info available at michaeljfox.Org, npf.Org, apdaparkinson.Org. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Currently no cure: There are active research projects being done to find the cure for parkinson, but currently no available cure. We only have treatments--basically treating the symptoms and slow down the progression of disease, as well as treating its complications...Neurologic/cardiovascular issues, musculoskeletal problems, depression etc.... If it is a a burdensome illness. My best regards.... ...Read more
No: Morquio's syndrome (referred to as mucopolysaccharidosis IV or morquio's) is an autosomal recessive mucopolysaccharide storage disease (see also lysosomal storage disorder), usually inherited. It is a rare type of birth defect with serious consequences. Because it is genetic, there is no cure, but it can be treated with enzyme replacement therapy. ...Read more
No Cure yet: 41 year old male asks, is there cure for bechcet's disease. Simple answer, No! but can be managed. Behcet's an autoimmune disorder causing blood vessel inflammation of many organs: skin, eyes, mouth, digestive tract, Can wax and wane. Local organ management like Eye drops for eye inflammation, or steroid cream for skin; and Colchicine or immunosurpressant meds if over whelming the body systems. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See details: Behcet's syndrome is an autoimmune disease characterized by oral, genital and/or rectal ulcers and eye inflammation. There are numerous other clinical manifestations including joint, neurologic, skin and GI problems. There are no cures but there are effective treatment, especially tnf agents such as remicade (infliximab). ...Read more
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