Have we learned enough for workplace Parkinson's disease prevention?

Tuesday, February 28, 2017
Dr. Anne Harris
Syme Fellow, Institute for Work & Health; Ryerson University

We currently don't fully understand why some people develop Parkinson's disease as they age while others do not. Since genetic inheritance accounts for a very small proportion of cases, researchers have been interested in environmental causes, including workplace exposures. In this plenary, epidemiologist Dr. Anne Harris talks about the evidence for or against several candidate risk factors, including pesticides, head injury, and whole body vibration.

Have we learned enough for workplace Parkinson's disease prevention? (Feb 28, 2017)