Managing Psychosis in Parkinson Disease: Challenges and Opportunities
Although the indication of pimavanserin has provided some relief, more work remains to improve how physicians diagnose, treat, and manage psychosis symptoms.
Genetic Targets Invigorate Research for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy
Over the past several years, scientific teams have developed investigational methods for delivering a gene to correct a mutation in the DMD gene which causes DMD by creating dysfunction in a patient’s dystrophin production.
Telestroke Offers Opportunities, But Challenges Persist
Although telestroke programs show more success in bringing stroke care to patients, lingering challenges have prevented widespread implementation.
Searching for Off-Time Relief in Parkinson Disease
Several agents are currently in development geared at the relief of off-time for patients with Parkinson.
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