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In the movie Awakenings, a psychiatrist takes an interest in the patients that are in a statue-esque state. After much research and experimentation, he concludes that the patients were misdiagnosed, and actually have a severe case of Parkinson's disease. Parkinson's disease is a progressive nervous disease associated with the destruction of brain cells that produce dopamine and characterized by muscular tremor, slowing of movement, partial facial paralysis, peculiarity of gait and posture, and weakness. His experimental treatment included the new drug Dopamine, which is an antagonist in the brain, blocks the transmissions, and thereby limiting it, and increases Copamine in the synaptic gap.…
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