Parcopa, a new carbidopa/levodopa tablet that dissolves on the tongue

You'll see Parcopa, a new carbidopa/levodopa tablet that dissolves on the tongue...and can be taken without water.

It's for patients who can't swallow pills...a common problem in Parkinson's patients.

Parcopa CAN be repackaged in blister packs for nursing homes.

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