Scripps Neurologist Weighs in on Parkinson's Psychosis Drug

Physician discusses FDA-approved drug with U-T

Caregiver holds hand of elderly man with Parkinson's disease.

Physician discusses FDA-approved drug with U-T

Melissa Houser, MD, founder and clinical director of the Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorder Center at Scripps Clinic, discussed the benefits and safety risks of an FDA-approved drug used to treat psychosis in Parkinson's disease patients during a recent interview with The San Diego Union-Tribune.

Read the story in The San Diego Union-Tribune: Acadia's Parkinson's drug risk adequately disclosed, says FDA.

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