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People with Parkinson’s often experience changes to their skin. Some skin problems may be relatively minor whilst others can be distressing, although they are rarely serious.
People with Parkinson’s have differing symptoms. Pain can be a major problem for some people with the condition but not for others.
Most people with Parkinson’s have some loss of their sense of smell. Although Parkinson’s is generally thought of as a movement disorder, a number of non-motor features.
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