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Inosine treatment safely elevates urate levels in Parkinson's disease patients

A clinical trial assessing the potential of the nutritional supplement inosine to treat Parkinson's disease has found that the studied dosages successfully raised participants' levels of the antioxidant urate without producing serious side effects. Several previous studies have suggested that urate elevation may reduce the risk of Parkinson's disease or slow its progression.
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