Good news for those suffering from Parkison's disease,  which robs people, the people of the ability to walk and even eat. Reasearchers of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Centre in the US have cloned cells that can repair the damage in tissues caused by Parkison's disease.

Nature Medicine Journal reported that they succeeded in turning mice tail cells into embryonic cells, and then into the desired nerve cells. The mice that received a graft of neurons derived from their own embroys exhibited brain improvements.  According to reaseachers, the principle is to create specific nerve cells producing the chemical dopamine which are destroyed by Parkison's disease.

Nature Medicine Journal reported that they succeeded in turning mice tail cells into embryonic cells, and then into the desired nerve cells. The mice that received a graft of neurons derived from their own embroys exhibited brain improvements.  According to reaseachers, the principle is to create specific nerve cells producing the chemical dopamine which are destroyed by Parkison's disease.