Detector Tablet

Device Uses Handwriting to Detect Neurological Disorders

It is clear that handwriting suffers as Parkinson’s disease progresses. A new product is available that is able to quantify the change in the deficits. Though its use seems to be primarily in assessing the symptoms relief of medications. It is unclear from the literature how good the device is in terms of initial detection, i.e. false positives/negatives, etc.

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Annette is a fundraising consultant whose husband was recently diagnosed with Parkinson’s. Annette found a team of scientists working on a technology she thinks can stop Parkinson's. She was then able to raise funding for the project from multiple financial donors. And that's how Stop Parkinson's was born.

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