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22

It is a known fact that Pope John Paul II was a victim of Parkinson’s disease. However, the fact that most people are unaware of is that one of the major symptoms of the disease are depression and paranoia. That is exactly what happened to John Paul 2. Before describing the condition of the Pope, it would be relevant to explain Parkinson’s disease. It is an ailment in which cells are lost in a particular region of the brain which is responsible for producing dopamine. The nerve cells that control movement stop functioning due to the loss of dopamine. As a result, the patient experiences unmanageable shaking along with difficulty

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