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Parkinson's Disease is a progressive, degenerative disorder of the brain. Symptoms include tremors, stiffness or rigidity, and slowness of movement. Approximately 1 percent of people over the age of 60 have the condition. There is no cure, so treatment will normally focus on managing symptoms, typically with medication. Loss of the sense of smell is an often overlooked but remarkably a prevalent early symptom of Parkinson's Disease. A complete loss of smell or a diminished sense of smell often precedes the usual motor symptoms of this neurodegenerative disease by several years, and has a prevalence of 90 percent in early-stage patients. Researchers at the Michael J. Fox Foundation noted, "Early detection is a crucial step to understanding the causes of and developing better treatments for Parkinson's Disease. Even before the typical tremor and slowness of movements occur in Parkinson's Disease, it may be possible to detect early changes in the brain and symptoms that are associated with Parkinson's Disease. For example, loss of sense of smell is a common but little noticed symptom that may occur years before the onset of motor symptoms or a Parkinson's Disease diagnosis." The loss of sense of smell - whether as a result of aging, medication, illness or injury - affects sense of taste; when the sense of smell is intact, it combines with the sense of taste to communicate the flavor of food. Smell loss in people with Parkinson's further reduces quality of life and compromises nutritional status. New cutting-edge research conducted at Tufts University provided the first evidence that it is possible to regenerate stem cells of the nasal tissue in mice, a potential breakthrough giving Parkinson's patients hope to restore their sense of smell. Stem cells are undifferentiated, or unspecialized; they are highly potent and able to generate many different types of cells. Adult stem cells are responsible for maintaining the structure of the tissue in which they are found and repairing it after injury. There is evidence that adult stem cells may be able to regenerate in response to injury to tissue as part of a natural healing process. ABOUT StemGenex Stem Cell Research Centre Siimpler is committed to helping people achieve optimum health and better quality of life through the healing benefits of their own stem cells. Siimpler provides access to stem cell therapy for individuals suffering with inflammatory and degenerative illnesses. Committed to the science and innovation of stem cell treatment, Siimpler through lab partners has results or sponsor results following five clinical outcome studies registered with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson's Disease, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and Osteoarthritis. These have been established to formally document and evaluate the quality of life changes in individuals following adipose-derived stem cell treatment.