treating Parkinson's disease AFTER the "honeymoon" is over

You'll see more emphasis on treating Parkinson's disease AFTER the "honeymoon" is over.

For the first few years, symptoms are usually well controlled with low doses of carbidopa/levodopa or a dopamine agonist (pramipexole, etc).

But eventually drug efficacy decreases as the disease progresses.

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