Parkinson’s disease requires Warp Speed ​​surgery

On December 1, 2019, the first case of human COVID-19 was documented. Less than six weeks later, the genetic sequence was unlocked by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for the SARS-Co-V-2 virus. Within five days, an mRNA vaccine was in development. As we pass a year since the first case of COVID-19, several vaccines have been prepared for human use and three former US presidents will be rolling up their sleeves to be vaccinated publicly.

The speed of this scientific achievement will be recorded in history as one of the fastest, most impactful and important medical advancements of our generation – and possibly generations to come. Millions of people will never suffer from the acute or long-lasting effects of SARS-Co-V-2. Hundreds of thousands more will be spared death. The positive impact on this generation and on future generations will be so great that it will be impossible to measure it.

There are, however, other diseases which, if left unchecked, will wreak more havoc than SARS-Co-V-2. Frustratingly, we could be doomed to wait until global economies and healthcare systems are pushed to virtual collapse. One of these diseases is Parkinson’s disease.

Parkinson’s disease is the world’s fastest growing neurological disorder. It is growing at an unprecedented rate and 1 in 15 people in the United States will be diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in their lifetime. In the last decade alone, the number of Americans with Parkinson’s disease has increased by 35% and the growth has been 20% faster than what has been seen in Alzheimer’s disease. This expansion, if continued unchecked, will be medically and economically devastating. We chose a “shuffling” rhythm instead of the warp rate used for COVID-19. What if we accelerate?

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