Embryonic stem cells and the future of Parkinson's Disease. Stephen Cuff is only 39, but he suffers from Parkinson's Disease and it has turned his life upside down. He can no longer look after his two children and basic day-to-day activities like shaving, takes him a long time. Conventional drugs have not been successful for Stephen, leaving him no option but to undergo brain surgery. Stephen&'s operation is successful, but it doesn&';t cure him. One potential future cure is embryonic stem (ES) cell therapy.
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