British scientists have developed a new treatment for treating Parkinson's disease, a successful human experiment.
The British medical doctor tested the new drug directly in the brain to cure Parkinson's disease.
According to the British magazine "Mirror", the doctors took part in a GDNF called "neurotransmitter derived from the gland", to change the brain cells and change the condition, open the patient's body or "Outlet" to another, giving them another placebo.
Experience shows better symptoms of both groups, which means that there is no clear responsibility for improving symptoms.
However, radiotherapy tests showed better evidence in the brain affected areas.
The discovery suggests that the brain cells are "stimulated" again by the disease, according to the authors of the study.
Other experts say it is too early to say that they would get better symptoms. Researchers believe that the new drug would reverse Parkinson's brain damage.
The researchers also stressed that the patient's "port" chemotherapy can also be used in brain tumors to test new patients or Alzheimer's and stroke treatment.