These 2 sentences were the lead sentences in the APDA citation provided in one of our recent threads.
Let's see how many our many "fuax" medical types can answer my question correctly. Perhaps the individual who provided the citation as a benefit to our newbies can provide the correct answer. Perhaps he can figure out the contradiction.
Does anyone actually read the citations they post?
"Carbidopa/Levodopa: Answers to Frequently Asked Questions"
"Loss of neurons in the brain that use dopamine to communicate is one of the hallmark features of Parkinson’s disease (PD), causing slowness, stiffness, tremor and balance problems. Replacing the brain’s dopamine is therefore one of the key treatment strategies to help improve the motor symptoms of PD."