Parkinson in English
n. Parkinson, from "Parkinson's disease" (degenerative nervous disease that causes brain damage, body tremors and muscular rigidity)
n. Parkinson, family name; James Parkinson (1755-1824), English physician who documented the symptoms of a "shaking palsy" disease
Many patients had a medical history of Parkinson's syndrome.
1) to use embryonic stem cells to treat such incurable diseases as diabetes, Parkinson's disease, infarcted myocardium, etc.
A new law is being introduced that will prevail in the European Union, and this supreme law, my dear friends, is Parkinson’s Law.
As we live longer we are subjected to a different type of disease: cancer, heart disease, Parkinson's, Alzheimer's.
But a solution must be found for people who need a new heart, kidney or liver and also for Parkinson's disease sufferers.
Drugs for Parkinson's disease in many countries cost more than drugs for cancer.
Caring for your neighbour is also a Christian enjoinder. He may have Alzheimer's or Parkinson's or diabetes.
Lord Bethell died on 8 September at the age of 69, following a long and courageous battle against Parkinson's disease.
There is no dignity in dying of motor neurone disease and there is precious little dignity in suffering from Parkinson's either.
They cannot possibly suffer with Parkinson's Disease or any other disability.'