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For many years the standard line has been that 60,000 people are newly diagnosed with Parkinson’s each year. That number is closer to 95,000 new cases diagnosed annually in adults aged 45 years and older in North America, according to the results of a recent study based on five epidemiological cohorts. Further, 90,000 new diagnoses are made per year among those aged 65 years or older.
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