A psychiatrist with experience treating neuropsychiatric disorders, Dr. Antonio Bullon is the former medical director of the MetroWest Medical Center's geriatric and neuropsychiatry treatment unit in Natick, Massachusetts. As an attending psychiatrist at Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Dr. Antonio Bullon cares for older adults with Parkinson's disease and other neuropsychiatric illnesses.
According to a recent Phase 3 clinical trial reported at the International Congress of Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders (MDS) in June of 2017, an inhaled powder known as CVT-301 may reduce the impact of Parkinson's disease motor symptoms during periods of re-emergence, or “off” states. These moments of re-emergence occur when a patient's regular medication offers poor control of symptoms, which typically occurs when medications begin to wear off.
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