Harvard Heart Letter

Heart Beat: Parkinson's drugs linked to heart valve trouble

Two drugs used to treat Parkinson's disease have been found to cause heart valve leakage. If you take one of these medications, you should ask your doctor about switching to a safer one. If no other drug is effective, watch for signs of valve trouble.

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