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‘Life-changing’ drug to calm Parkinson’s twitches set for human trials – The Times

Scientists are launching the first human trials of a “life-changing” drug that can alleviate the outward signs of Parkinson’s disease.The drug, NLX-112, tackles…

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Scientists are launching the first human trials of a life-changing drug that can alleviate the outward signs of Parkinsons disease.
The drug, NLX-112, tackles the shaking and twitchiness brought on by Parkinsons treatments and could be available within a year.
The worst involuntary movements are caused by dyskinesia, a condition produced by the standard therapy for Parkinsons, not by the disease itself.
Parkinsons, a degenerative neurological condition with no cure, can cause a tremor, muscle stiffness…

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