new drug for Parkinson's disease called Azilect (rasagiline)

Health Canada has approved a new drug for Parkinson's disease called Azilect (rasagiline).

It's an MAO-B inhibitor...similar to selegiline. It works by blocking the breakdown of dopamine.

Azilect can be used as initial therapy...to improve symptoms in patients with early Parkinson's.

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