Disease Complications and Healthcare Use More Common in Women Than Men, Dutch Study Finds

Women with Parkinson’s are more likely than men to have disease-related complications within five years of diagnosis and more likely to access healthcare services sooner, findings from a Dutch study suggest.

The study, “Sex-Specific Patient Journeys in Early Parkinson’s Disease in the Netherlands,” was published in Frontiers in Neurology.

Throughout their disease’s course, Parkinson’s patients need to rely on various healthcare providers, from general practitioners to therapists and neurologists, to maintain a quality of life….

Source : https://parkinsonsnewstoday.com/2019/08/12/disease-complications-healthcare-use-more-common-in-women-than-men-dutch-study-finds/

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