How Folinic Acid Could Help Protect Neurons in Parkinson's Disease
Parkinson's disease is a disabling disorder for which no cure is yet available; further, after dopaminergic neurons are lost, only a few palliative treatment options for Parkinson's symptoms are available. Folinic acid, which is used in medications to treat bowel cancer, can also protect neurons associated with Parkinson's disease according to new research by University of Leicester scientists and funded by the Medical Research Council.
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