Can a dementia drug help with Parkinson’s?
A new study using an existing drug for dementia has indicated that the therapy may also be effective against Parkinson’s disease.
The new research has shown that a drug designed to help with dementia may also help alleviate some of the symptoms of Parkinson’s. One of the problems associated with the neurological condition is that those affected often lose balance and there is the risk of falling over. It is with stabilizing this aspect of the disease that the drug shows marked success.
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