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The Patch is Back!

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Unread 04-03-2012, 08:13 PM   #1
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Default The Patch is Back!

Many of you will be pleased to hear this about UCB's Neupro patch:

It is terrific news for the Parkinson's disease community that the Rotigotine patch has been re-approved. Because Parkinson's disease patients typically have to take many doses of medications each day, the re-approval of the patch will hopefully help a lot of sufferers."
Dr. Michael S. Okun, National Medical Director of the National Parkinson Foundation

Read the press release:

Unfortunately, it caused me to have muscle spasms, but did wonders for many of my friends (especially for those who awaken in a debilitating "off" state

THANK YOU (whoever finally got it back)!

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