Data system targets Parkinson's symptoms

Treating Parkinson's Disease sufferers with the right drug dose at the right time is often an inexact science. But a wrist-worn device which collects data on a patient's symptoms is allowing practitioners to improve treatment. The device, based on technology developed at Melbourne's Florey Neuroscience Institute, records data every two minutes on a patient's movement disorders - one of the major symptoms of the degenerative disease.

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