Tribe Feed Forums 2023 Insight Summit Targeting Mitochondrial Impairment in PD Reply To: Targeting Mitochondrial Impairment in PD

  • Kishore Raj Kumar

    12/04/2023 at 4:56 pm

    Dear Stephen,

    You could discuss genetic testing with your Doctors. The benefits of genetic testing are not entirely clear at the moment. If multiple generations of your family have Parkinson’s disease, this could be autosomal dominant, for example a LRRK2 mutation (G2019S), many people like to know what is wrong with them, in the future their may be treatments that target specific genetic causes, Kind regards, Dr Kumar

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