Parkinson's Today

Research found a new drug to help with Parkinson's symtpoms

Drug Therapy

Recent research has shown the drug, Levodopa, once influenced by nerve cells can turn into dopamine in the brain and renew the brain's nerves and supplies. However, dopamine is too thick to pas through the blood-brain barrier. Therefore, Levodopa drug MUST be combined with Carbidopa, which helps prevent the Levodpa from converting into dopamine until in the brain.

This drug has had very successful history with reducing the tremors and symptoms of Parkinson's.

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Clinical studies will be held every Saturday in March, 8am-5pm.