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Parkinson's is a disease of the central nervous system affecting mainly motor skills. This disease is a result of the death of cells that create dopamine in the midbrain. Most common symptoms include slow movement, shaking of the hands, and rigidity of the muscles. As the disease progresses, patients may develop behavioral and thinking problems, and in the later stages, dementia. It is more common in patients 50 years of age or older. Most cases have a genetic origin, while others are caused by certain chemicals or pollutants. The most effective treatments include common medications such as L-DOPA, surgery, deep brain stimulation, stem cell transplants, neuroprotective agents, and gene therapy.