Are There Other Promising Drugs Coming Down the Line for Parkinson's?

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Well at any one time there's usually  about 300 Parkinson's disease drugs being investigated and I would say every five years, maybe six, one comes to market but it's just been very discouraging that the most potent drug that we have for Parkinson disease was developed in 1967, and still to this day remains the most potent and used drug for this disease without us having to discover anything better, we're doing a lot, the pharmaceutical industry is doing what they can but it's just hasn't really evolved in a way that's clinically beneficial for the patients.