Blood Pressure Drug Shows No Benefit for Parkinson’s Disease

Blood Pressure Drug Shows No Benefit for Parkinson’s Disease
A large-scale study of the blood pressure drug isradipine found that the drug did not show any benefit for people with Parkinson's disease. "Unfortunately, the people who were taking isradipine did not have any difference in their Parkinson's symptoms over the three years of the study compared to the people who took a placebo," said lead investigator Tanya Simuni, MD, ... read more
Source: Published on 2019-05-02