Therapeutic strategies for Parkinson disease: beyond dopaminergic drugs

Therapeutic strategies for Parkinson disease: beyond dopaminergic drugs

Therapeutic strategies for Parkinson disease: beyond dopaminergic drugs, Published online: 28 September 2018; doi:10.1038/nrd.2018.136

Existing dopaminergic-based therapies for Parkinson disease (PD) are limited by side effects and lack of long-term efficacy. Here, Charvin et al. discuss the challenges facing the development of novel treatments for PD, assess emerging disease-modifying non-dopaminergic therapeutic strategies and highlight novel therapies aimed at managing symptoms of the disease.

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