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Potential drug compound attacks Parkinson's on two fronts

Scientists have found a compound that could counter Parkinson?s disease in two ways at once. Scientists now describe a ?dual inhibitor? that attacks a pair of proteins closely associated with development of Parkinson?s disease.
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