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What’s Hot in PD? Repurposing Diabetes and Anti-Malaria Drugs to Treat Parkinson’s Disease

Recently, the exciting potential has emerged that we could identify and use already FDA approved drugs to modify disease progression and to treat Parkinson’s disease.  Drugs used for diabetes and anti-malaria treatment have been suggested as disease modifiers in Parkinson’s and perhaps even candidates to improve disease related symptoms.  In this month’s What’s Hot column I will review the progress on repurposing diabetes and anti-malarial drugs for use in Parkinson’s disease, and I will discuss the generation of new hope for this approach.

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