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Diabetes drug could help those living with Parkinson’s disease, research reveals – The Guardian

01:00 EDT 4 Aug 2017 | Life Sciences Health

The GuardianDiabetes drug could help those living with Parkinson's disease, research revealsThe GuardianMichael J Fox, whose foundation helped fund the research. The actor was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 1991. Photograph: Michael Dwyer/AP. Medical research. Diabetes drug could help those living with Parkinson's disease, research reveals.First hints Parkinson's can be stoppedBBC NewsType 2 diabetes drug could combat Parkinson's: Test results suggest treatment could stop the disease in its tracksDaily MailWe may finally be able to slow Parkinson's, with a diabetes drugNew ScientistThe Australian -Press of Atlantic City -Medical Xpress -The Timesall 9 news articles

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