I find it rather interesting that out of all the medications listed for Parkinsonian symptoms, it is only the Neupro... with five positive responses or enough to be rated at the higher 7.9... that is no longer available in this country. From one responder, it sounds like it has been used in Europe before reaching the US so although I do not know how long it was formerly available here, why would such seemingly 'helpful' drug no longer [even] be manufactured?
From what I can see Neupro skin patches were withdrawn from the U.S. market in April 2008 because of a production problem that could not be resolved.
- Neupro Information for Consumers
- Neupro Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Neupro (detailed)
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