Can a person with primary progressive aphasia with dementia also have Parkinson's disease? - AgingCare.com

Can a person with primary progressive aphasia with dementia also have Parkinson's disease?

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Thank you all, I'll have to see about meds for her shakiness, Its hard enough for her not being able to speak and walk and all the rest , the shaking is really upsetting for her.
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There seems to be a connection w/ Alzheimer's and depression as well w/ Parkinson's.
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The sad answer is yes. I 've heard it called Parkinson's plus. Parkinson's effects the dopamine producing cells in the brain.
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