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New twist on neurological disease: Discovery could aid patients with dystonia, Parkinson's, more

New research in mice may finally open the door to solving long-standing mysteries about dystonia -- uncontrollable twisting and stiffening of neck and limb muscles -- and developing new options for patients who experience it alone or as a complication of conditions such as Parkinson?s disease.
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