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The Voice and Swallowing Center of Maine at the Waldo County General Hospital

The Voice and Swallowing Center of Maine at the Waldo County General Hospital | Telepractice voice therapy services | Scoop.it
The Voice and Swallowing Center is Maine's first facility offering comprehensive treatment for voice & swallowing problems utilizing advanced technology and experienced voice specialists.
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Voice Clinic of California - Home

Voice Clinic of California - Home | Telepractice voice therapy services | Scoop.it
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Your voice is our passion. Telepractice voice therapy services provided via web cam computer technology in the privacy of your own home or office anywhere within CA.
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LSVT Global - Find a Clinician

LSVT Global - Find a Clinician | Telepractice voice therapy services | Scoop.it
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Certified in e-LOUD   Lee Silverman Voice Treatment via telepractice

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www.Voice Clinic of California.com

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Scientists develop implant that could stop Parkinson's growth

Scientists develop implant that could stop Parkinson's growth | Telepractice voice therapy services | Scoop.it

A team in Bristol have created an implant that encourages cells damaged by the disease to grow again. It does this through a system of tubes and catheters that pump proteins into patients’ brain once a month, potentially stopping the disease from progressing by encouraging the damaged cells to grow again.

 

The port located behind a patient’s ear releases a protein called glial cell line-derived neurotrophic factor (GDNF). Six patients at Frenchay Hospital, Bristol, have trialled the system, and doctors are now looking for another 36 to help them continue their research.

 

Dr Kieran Breen, director of research and innovation at Parkinson's UK, said: “For years, the potential of GDNF as a treatment for Parkinson's has remained one of the great unanswered research questions.

”This new study will take us one step closer to finally answering this question once and for all.


Via Jeff Morris, Dr. Stefan Gruenwald, Stewart-Marshall
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