viernes, 18 de septiembre de 2015

ICYMI: Drug that May Slow Parkinson's Advancing to Phase III

Dear Friend,
Earlier this month, we shared news of a  Phase III trial of inosine, a potential disease-modifying treatment for Parkinson's disease (PD), based on findings from research funded by The Michael J. Fox Foundation.
This has been followed by two new developments with promise to improve the lives of those living with PD:

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Another Drug that May Slow Parkinson's Advancing to Phase III Trial After Early MJFF Support
Recruitment for the inosine study will begin early next year.
Today researchers testing the compound inosine for its effect on Parkinson's progression announced funding from the National Institutes of Health for a Phase III trial, the last step before regulatory approval.

The Michael J. Fox Foundation provided essential support for early laboratory testing and the Phase II safety trial and will fund two small, required follow-up safety studies.The contributions of MJFF donors like you made this study possible. Continue to support promising Parkinson's research by making a donation today.
Learn more about the inosine study.
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