Integra Medical Center, a long-term partner of PlacidWay, a medical provider and information resource on medical technologies, accredited healthcare facilities and surgeons around the world, announces its intention to begin placenta-based cell therapy clinical trials for Parkinson's disease in March 2011.
Dr. Omar Gonzalez of Integra Medical Center, located in Nuevo Progresso and Tamps, Mexico, announces upcoming a placenta cell therapy clinical trial for individuals diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. Dr. Gonzalez and Integra Medical center seek patients diagnosed with idiopathic Parkinson's disease who have not received deep brain stimulator therapy or previous cell therapy therapies for five years. Individuals will be required to send clinical data on a monthly basis and should be able to travel.
Parkinson's disease is a disorder of the motor system, affecting muscle movement. Common symptoms of Parkinson's disease include trembling of the hands, tremors, stiffness of the limbs and torso, and slow, stiff movements. Individuals diagnosed with Parkinson's may also have difficulty maintaining balance and exhibit poor coordination. Parkinson's disease generally affects people over 50 years of age, though the symptoms of the developing disease occur gradually.
Parkinson's disease Placenta cell therapy Clinical Trial at Integra Medical Center New*
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