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In addition, studies have shown that Parkinson’s has no real impact on life expectancy and those in study groups live to the same age as those without the disease. In fact, most people can live up to twenty years after their diagnosis.What are the end stages of Parkinsons Disease?
The fifth, or end, stage of Parkinson's disease is a broad worsening of existing symptoms. Bowel and bladder incontinence are commonplace, as is loss of the ability to turn over in bed. Depression grows deeper as patients typically lose the ability to speak easily, accompanied by the inability to find the correct word.Can Parkinson's disease be cured at the early stages?
There is no cure for Parkinson's, but the drug levadopa and other medications can control symptoms for many years. Because the clinical course of disease progression varies widely from patient to patient, identifying risk factors associated with early death could help doctors better target treatment strategies.What is the lifespan of person with early onset Parkinson's?
The average time from the onset of symptoms to death was 16 years. The average age at death was 81. Patients with dementia were nearly twice as likely to die early as patients without memory problems.