Q&A With Henry Nasrallah From St. Louis University School of Medicine: Treating Psychosis in Patients With Parkinson's Disease

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While there is a considerable amount of data on the physical aspects of Parkinson's Disease, much less is known about the psychological impact of the condition and what can be done to help these patients.

While there is a considerable amount of data on the physical aspects of Parkinson's Disease, much less is known about the psychological impact of the condition and what can be done to help these patients.

Henry Nasrallah From St. Louis University School of Medicine discussed some potential treatments and why they can make a difference in a patient's life during the American Psychiatric Association's annual meeting in Toronto.

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