Prof. K Ray Chaudhuri talks to us about his article recently published in European Neurological Review (co-authored with Dr Nataliya Titova) on the latest concept of Parkinson’s disease and development of a personalized treatment approach. Personalised medicine for Parkinson’s disease, a holistic programme, is led by Dr Nataliya Titova (Pirogov University, Moscow) in collaboration with Prof K Ray Chaudhuri at Kings College, London.
View their article here.
Speaker disclosures: nothing to disclose in relation to this video interview.
Filmed at the 3rd Congress of the European Academy of Neurology (EAN), Amsterdam, June 2017.
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