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Skin cells that are reprogrammed into neurons that produce dopamine will be transplanted into the brains of people with Parkinson’s disease in a new trial in Japan. People with Parkinson’s lose dopamine-producing neurons which are involved in motor skills.
Last year this technique was shown to improve disease severity in monkeys with a disease that is similar to Parkinson’s disease.