Updated on 18 June 2013
Managing the condition would become easy as there would now be a greater choice, opined Parkinson's NSW CEO Miriam Dixon in press reports. "Australia is lagging behind other countries in terms of Parkinson's treatments. There aren't as many options here as overseas," she said.
In Parkinson's, dopamine that is naturally produced by brain cells die or become impaired and eventually the central nervous system of the patient. This leads to symptoms like voluntary tremors, slow movement, loss of balance and stiffness.