Odor can diagnose and even predict Parkinson’s disease

A retired nurse first smelled it in her then 35 year old husband. Scientists have now isolated the molecules.

Scientists sniff out Parkinson’s disease smellp05rcrcq.jpgThe breakthrough, inspired by Joy Milne’s sense of smell, could lead to the first diagnostic test.
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