Published study on Parkinson's drug contradicts previous concerns

02/18/2005 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

A study published in the Journal of Neurology, days after Amgen stopped giving its trial GDNF drug to Parkinson's patients in company-supported studies, says the medication led to improved mobility in seven of the 10 patients who received the medicine. The new study's author urged Amgen to reconsider its decision, but an Amgen spokeswoman said she was unaware of the study from the University of Kentucky team.

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