Bioscience

Parkinson’s patient improves after brain surgery

November 27, 2010

By Flinn Foundation

[Source: Washington Examiner] – Louis Huning is looking forward to actually enjoying the holiday season with his family this year.

Huning was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease about 10 years ago and it has limited him, especially in recent years, from doing things he enjoys.

After the delicate balance of medications Huning took every day stopped working, Huning researched deep brain stimulation surgery at the recommendation of his doctor, Dr. Holly Shill, a neurologist and movement disorders specialist at Banner Sun Health Research Institute.

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