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Exenatide for Parkinson Symptoms: Early Results Are Positive

05:54 EDT 30 Aug 2017 | Neurology Times

Exenatide, a GLP-1 agonist, has been shown to protect neurons. The authors of two small studies of this agent's effects on motor function in Parkinson disease discuss the evidence here.

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