Question by  Destiany (107)

Who is doing the bulk of Parkinson's Disease research?

The government? Michael J Fox?


Answer by  skm (432)

The bulk of Parkinson's Disease research is done by researchers in a university setting. Some research is also done by drug manufacturers. The government sponsors some of the research done in a university setting via grants from the NIH or other similar funding organizations. Money collected through charity foundations also gets funneled to these researchers through grants.


Answer by  Travis404607 (3916)

The bulk of Parkinson's research is being done by universities. These institutions are staffed by scientists and students who learn while looking for treatment options. Pharmaceutical companies also do some research.

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