new treatment algorithm to select drugs for Parkinson's disease

Experts are using a new treatment algorithm to select drugs for Parkinson's disease.

It emphasizes dopamine agonists for INITIAL therapy in most patients who have disabling symptoms.

Dopamine agonists are less likely to cause the motor problems seen with levodopa...and they may have neuroprotective effects.

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