At $52B Per Year, Economic Burden of Parkinson’s in U.S. Double Previous Estimates, Study Reports

At $52B Per Year, Economic Burden of Parkinson’s in U.S. Double Previous Estimates, Study Reports
The annual economic burden of Parkinson’s disease on U.S. patients, families, and the federal government is nearly $52 billion, more than double the previous estimates, according to a comprehensive study by the Michael J. Fox Foundation (MJFF). This is the first study to examine the various ways Parkinson’s affects a patient’s finances and their ability to participate in the labor ... read more
Source: Parkinson’s News TodayPublished on 2019-06-17By Mary Chapman