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World-First Study on Women Managing Parkinson’s 

Our dietician, Richelle Flanagan, has launched a study on the impacts on hormonal fluctuations in women with Parkinson’s disease alongside researchers at University College Cork (UCC).

Participants in the study will log their symptoms on the app to collect data which it is hoped will lead to better patient-specific treatment and management of Parkinson’s disease. You can read more about the study through the link in our bio.

The team from UCC’s Department of Anatomy and Neuroscience, supported by the Health Innovation Hub Ireland and Enterprise Ireland, will be the first in the world to track the impact of hormonal changes in women with Parkinson’s disease.

To take part in the study, you can download the app here: Get the App | My Moves Matter

More information is featured in an article by The Irish Examiner, which you can read here.

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