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Is cogentin a benzo?

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Stephen Treloar 13 July 2014

No, there are no similarities between the two groups of drugs. "Cogentin (benztropine mesylate) is a medication that belongs to the drug class called anti-Parkinson's agents and anticholinergic agents."

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