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We provide a novel approach to Parkinson’s disease patient education to ensure effective communication between you and your doctor.
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Levodopa

Myths, Facts and
the Future

In this session, you’ll hear from renowned experts in Parkinson’s disease as they discuss the current state of levodopa therapy. Levodopa remains the most effective therapy for the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, yet from the very beginning of its use 50 years ago, a variety of long – term effects were noted including motor fluctuations and involuntary movements. Here we discuss how best to utilize this remarkable treatment and introduce novel approaches with newer formulations of levodopa.

Parkinson’s Disease & Mental Health

Neuropsychiatric Effects of
Parkinson’s

Depression, anxiety and other neuropsychiatric symptoms are common problems for patients with Parkinson’s disease and, in some instances, can be more disabling than the motor symptoms themselves. In more advanced cases, more severe cognitive problems may emerge. In this section, experts in the management of these symptoms discuss the clinical characteristics and treatments of the neuropsychiatric problems associated with Parkinson’s disease.

Recent Journal Articles

Research and Updates

Nov 05 2020
Constipation and sleep behaviour disorder associate with processing speed and attention in males with Parkinson's disease over five years follow-up.
Scientific reports
Oct 31 2020
Gene and Cell-Based Therapies for Parkinson's Disease: Where Are We?
Neurotherapeutics : the journal of the American Society for Experimental NeuroTherapeutics
Oct 31 2020
Dietary Antioxidants and the Mitochondrial Quality Control: Their Potential Roles in Parkinson's Disease Treatment.
Antioxidants (Basel, Switzerland)

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