Apomorphine as Steady Infusion of Benefit in Advanced Parkinson’s

Apomorphine as Steady Infusion of Benefit in Advanced Parkinson’s

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Apomorphine as Steady Infusion of Benefit in Advanced Parkinson’s

Two years of continuous treatment with apomorphine as an under-the-skin infusion safely preserved quality of life and effectively eased motor fluctuations in people with advanced Parkinson’s disease, according to a single-center, real-life study in France. Notably, patients with poor life quality before starting with continuous apomorphine were more likely to improve in this domain. Reductions in dyskinesia — the involuntary, jerky movements that mark this disease — were mild and temporary. These findings shed light on what can be…

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