Estimating duration of work ability with motor symptom onset


REPORT FROM THE 2009 AAN ANNUAL MEETING – A U.S. study of 1134 consecutive patients with Parkinson’s disease has estimated that individuals can continue to work for about 10 years after the onset of motor symptoms (Jasinska-Myga et al. AAN 2009; abstract P06.166).

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