Gadget that uses a tiny motor to bend a patient's middle finger may be able to diagnose Parkinson's in 30 seconds by testing how stiff muscles are | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Gadget that uses a tiny motor to bend a patient's middle finger may be able to diagnose Parkinson's in 30 seconds by testing how stiff muscles are

Parkinson's could be diagnosed by using a tiny motor to bend a patient's middle finger thanks to a new device.

Scientists have invented the gadget in hope of telling patients they have years before it takes hold.

No tests currently exist that can conclusively show a patient has Parkinson's, the NHS and Parkinson's UK states.

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