Minocin Benefits Parkinson's Patients Too

For the past 15 years, I've been using Minocin (minocycline) as part of my protocol for treating patients suffering from rheumatoid arthritis.

An interesting pilot study offers more evidence the use of Minocin, along with the muscle compound creatine, can benefit Parkinson's patients, a development I told you about four years ago.

Creatine and Minocin are intended to replace another drug, levodopa, that replaces lost dopamine but makes patients more prone to involuntary twitching and even a brain implant.

Minocin is only one of many weapons you can use to fight Parkinson's. Among them:

Neurology February 15, 2006

USA Today February 23, 2006

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