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In a study published in the NPJ Parkinson’s Disease journal, scientists from Israel’s University of Haifa reported a discovery that could lead to treatment, and apotential stop the spread of Parkinson’s disease. The international research team, led by Prof. Shani Stern of the university’s Sagol Department of Neurobiology, used an innovative cell reprogramming technique to identify malfunctioning neural processes common to both types of the progressive brain disease.