We would like to share the second update on the Personalized Parkinson Project this year. First of all, it gives us great pride to share our latest publication which describes the contours of the study. We can also proudly share that we've seen more than 400 participants! In this update you will find the progress and results so far, an item on participants about the study, news about the study, and a prognosis. We would like to extend a great many thanks to the funders and partners of the Personalized Parkinson Project, and particularly to all participants for their dedication to this study.
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