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Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (cont.)

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If you have progressive supranuclear palsy, you and your family caregiver will have frequent visits with your health care team. Your team can help you and your family members adjust to the changing needs brought on by the disease. They will also check you for new or worsening symptoms and complications and will alter your treatment as necessary.

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