LACK OF DOPAMINE DOES “NOT” CAUSE PARKINSON SYMPTOMS AND LESIONS SEEN ON AN MRI, OR A DATSCAN TEST, HAVE “NOTHING” TO DO WITH THE CAUSE OF THESE SYMPTOMS!
Doctors and neurologists are still taught, lack of the hormone “dopamine” due to atrophy (death), of the dopamine-producing cells in the Substantia Nigra in the brain stem, is the cause of Parkinson symptoms, which is what enables dopamine drugs to legally be prescribed. Even simple common sense tells us, “DEATH” of dopamine-producing cells in the substantia nigra couldn’t possibly be the cause of Parkinson symptoms when Parkinson symptoms often vary dramatically, because, for Parkinson symptoms to vary, different amounts of dopamine would need to be manufactured and released, to regulate these variations. (IF DOPAMINE-PRODUCING CELLS ARE DEAD, THEY ARE DEAD, WHICH MEANS NO DOPAMINE COULD BE PRODUCED AT ALL.)
This also means, every time a patient’s symptoms diminish and then return, dopamine producing cells in the substantia nigra would have to quickly come back to life and produce dopamine, then die off again, then come back to life, etc, etc,. This is completely impossible!!!