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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption Joy Milne can smell Parkinson's disease before it is medically diagnosed. A Scottish woman who astonished doctors with her ability to detect Parkinson's disease through smell has helped scientists find what causes the odour. Researchers in Manchester said they had identified the molecules on the skin linked to the smell and hope it could lead to early detection. The study was inspired by Joy Milne, a 68-year-old retired nurse from Perth. She first noticed the "musky" smell on her husband Les, who was years later diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. Image caption Joy has worked with the University of Manchester for three years. Joy, w... Full story

20 March

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