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Phase 3 Trial Aims to Establish Non-Motor Improvement in Parkinson’s

July 14, 2020, Salt Lake City, UT— PhotoPharmics, a pioneer in specialized phototherapy for neurodegenerative diseases, today announced a collaboration with the Center for Health + Technology (CHeT) at the University of Rochester Medical Center to conduct an at home, telemedicine, phase 3 trial to establish safety and efficacy for the company’s non-invasive specialized phototherapy device for Parkinson’s disease.

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Living with a Parkinson’s diagnosis? People with PD offer advice, words of encouragementPeople with Parkinson’s discuss ways they cope with their disease

More than a million people every year are diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, and many more are suffering without a formal diagnosis. It’s likely your life or the life of someone you love has been affected by Parkinson’s disease in one way or another. Read more >

People with Parkinson’s share four tips for coping with holiday stress.

The Holiday season can be the most joyful, wonderful time of the year. It can also be complicated, stressful and depressing. This is true for everyone, but people with Parkinson’s disease have an especially unique perspective on this festive time of year. Read more >

Recognizing non-motor symptoms in Parkinson’s disease

More than 10 million people around the world have been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, including one million in the United States. An average of 60,000 are diagnosed with PD every year, and many more are living with the devastating neurological disease without knowing it. Read more >

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More excellent advice from the Parkinson's community:

“Go on a nice trip.”

“Tell family and friends so they understand.”

“It’s not a death sentence. You’ll just need to make a few adjustments to your daily routine.”

“Here is what works for me: Exercise, eat healthy, practice yoga, eliminate negative situations and strive for a low stress lifestyle. Be kind to yourself and ask for help when you need it.”

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More great #Parkinsons advice: “I would suggest that you find a neurologist that specializes in movement disorders & start physical therapy to remain active. A good PT will give you exercises that you can do at home.”

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Our objective is to help people with Parkinson’s return to doing the things they love to do. Because of its safety, efficacy, and ease of use, specialized phototherapy is poised to become a standard of care in Parkinson’s. Learn more at #parkinsons #parkinsonsdisease ... See MoreSee Less

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