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Parkinson's: Asthma drugs may cut risk by a third

A study including cell cultures, experiments in mice, and an overview of more than 100 million prescriptions shows asthma drugs lower Parkinson's risk.
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Authors: Yeh JJ, Wei YF, Lin CL, Hsu WH Abstract Background: To evaluate the association of asthma-chronic obstructive pulmonary disease syndrome (ACOS) with neurodegenerative diseases (stroke, Parkinson's disease and dementia) and the role of the steroids in the neurodegenerative diseases among the ACOS cohort. Materials and Methods: Comparison of the ACOS cohort (N = 10,260) with the non-ACOS cohort (n = 20,513) based on the patients aged ≧40 years in the National Health Insurance Research Database from January 1, 2000 to December 31, 2010. These patients follow up to diagnosis of neurodegenerative diseases...
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Drug-repurposing research shows that salbutamol cuts the risk for Parkinson's disease by about a third, while propranolol doubles the risk.Medscape Medical News
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Research has found that the asthma drug salbutamol is associated with a reduction in the risk of Parkinson ’s disease.
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Asthma medications may lower risk, but much more research is needed
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A study including cell cultures, experiments in mice, and an overview of more than 100 million prescriptions shows asthma drugs lower Parkinson's risk.
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A study including cell cultures, experiments in mice, and an overview of more than 100 million prescriptions shows asthma drugs lower Parkinson's risk.
Source: Parkinson's Disease News From Medical News Today - Category: Neurology Tags: Parkinson's Disease Source Type: news
It is believed salbutamol, used in blue inhalers, stops abnormal clumps of a protein from accumulating in the brain - a hallmark of Parkinson's, according to the University of Bergen study.
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