Woman’s Bizarre Talent Helps Doctors Diagnose Neurological Disorder

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Could It Be True?

Joy was stunned and confused. It was the first time she had encountered the scent in public. She began to wonder—was she capable of smelling the specific scent of those who suffered from Parkinson's disease?

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Noticing the Link

Joy realized the smell and the disease had to be linked, but she didn't understand why or how. The 68-year-old nurse sought out the help of a neurobiologist at the University of Edinburgh to help her discover what was so special about her sense of smell...

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