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Ibuprofen Linked To Lower Parkinson’s Disease Risk In Study

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Ibuprofen may delay or prevent the onset of Parkinson's disease, according to prospective investigation results presented at the American Academy of Neurology annual meeting in Miami Beach April 14

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