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Two years ago, Brendan Tyne pleaded with the Food and Drug Administration to approve a drug that he was hopeful could finally bring his mother some peace.

She could no longer move without assistance and had fallen victim to the debilitating and frightening psychosis that haunts many people with Parkinson’s disease.
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“She thinks there are people in the house and animals are trying to get her,” he told an FDA advisory committee.
He believed that a new medication called Nuplazid, made by San Diego-based Acadia Pharmaceuticals, was the answer.

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Creatures like cats and snakes can haunt patients with Parkinson's disease psychosis, as shown in Acadia's TV commercial.

 Creatures like cats and snakes can haunt patients with Parkinson’s disease psychosis, as shown in Acadia’s TV commercial.

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Click link below for article and video:

https://www.cnn.com/2018/04/09/health/parkinsons-drug-nuplazid-invs/index.html

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