Posted by: bibmomma | March 30, 2011

Parkinson’s Disease in a Dish

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Genia Brin, mother of Google founder, Sergey Brin, contributed a dime size amount of skin cells from her upper arm to Stanford University so that the cells could be used for research on Parkinson’s Disease.

The results are astounding!  Go to this article in Mercury News to read about the results of the research and the efforts of 23 and Me.   http://www.mercurynews.com/science/ci_17702124?source=rss&nclick_check=1

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