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Topic - Jay Alberts
"The way I look at it, the iPad or these consumer electronic devices really provide a great platform for delivery," he said. "I think we need to do more science with it. There are still lots of questions there. But hopefully our next phase is to be rolling it out."
"They were saying they have these problems with balance, with multitasking, some motor, and it didn't sound like some of those symptoms were all that different from what patients with Parkinson's experience," Alberts said.