More recently, another mechanism for Parkinson's has come up associated with chronic Manganese poisoning.
Well it so happens there may be an interesting treatment that covers both bases. An aspirin-like drug called sodium para-aminosalicylic acid used to treat TB also is believed to cross the blood brain barrier and chelate with excess manganese in the brain.
I am interested in following this more closely as research narrows in on a possible cure for this terrible and debilitating disease. I have heard of other TB drugs being effective for Parkinson's as well.
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