November 26, 2014

Dextromethorphan shows promise in Multiple Sclerosis study

(SACRAMENTO, Calif.) – A drug widely used in over-the-counter cough medicines appears to protect against symptoms of multiple sclerosis, a finding that could offer a new and inexpensive therapy for a condition with few effective treatment options, a study by UC Davis researchers has found.

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Dextromethorphan shows promise in Multiple Sclerosis study