Recent studies carried out by scientists from Chalmers University of Technology in conjunction with the Wroclaw Polytechnic University have shown that when using multiphoton lasers, it is possible to identify the accumulations of proteins that are the cause of brain diseases.
However, protein identification is only the first step. In order to complete the treatment process, these accumulations must be removed, which is a much more time-consuming process. But the researchers believe they can do this with photoacoustic therapy. Other than that, there are other treatment options, so it's likely that the end of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's is not as far off as we thought.
Scientists have high hopes for a new way to detect defective proteins. It is assumed that the technique can be used to prevent the occurrence of these diseases, and future generations will forever forget about them. And if all goes well, Michael J. Fox will even star in the sequel to Back to the Future.