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Selected Epidemiological and Scientific Articles Regarding Trichloroethylene and Increased Risk of Parkinson's

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According to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, "In the United States alone, the cost of treating PD is estimated to be $14 billion annually. Indirect costs, such as those associated with the loss of productivity, are conservatively estimated to total $6.3 billion each year. As the U.S. population ages, these figures are expected to rise rapidly. The number of people diagnosed with PD in the United States is expected to double by 2040."

Parkinson's Disease: Challenges, Progress, and Promise

Solvent Exposures and Parkinson’s Disease Risk in Twins - NIH

Risk of Parkinson Disease Among Service Members at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune

ATSDR Trichloroethylene Tox Profile - See Page 64-65 (PDF Page 86-87)

Environmental toxins and Parkinson's disease - National Library of Medicine

Preventing Parkinson’s Disease: An Environmental Agenda - National Library of Medicine

The Rise of Parkinson's Disease - American Scientist