WJAR news reported last month about a Pawtucket, Rhode Island man, Roger Miller, who began to suffer from shaky movements about 10 years ago. Neurologist Dr. Motasem Al-Yacoub says that as those movements evolved into tremors over time, he initially believed that Miller had essential tremor.
But with no reliable tests available to help confirm the diagnosis, Al-Yacoub’s best option was to prescribe medication for essential tremor to see if it helped. However, Miller’s symptoms didn’t improve.
Then Al-Yacoub heard about the Syn-One Test from CND Life Sciences and asked Miller if he’d like to try it. A month after sending Miller’s three small skin biopsies to CND’s lab in Scottsdale, Arizona, Miller and Al-Yacoub had an answer.
“I know it sounds funny, but I’m happy to know I got Parkinson’s,” said Miller. “…that helped us a lot in addressing his tremors the right way, giving him the right treatment and the right dosing,” added Al-Yacoub.