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Researchers have created two caffeine-based compounds that they say could halt the development of protein clumps associated with Parkinson's disease.
Caffeine Compounds Show Potential In Treating Parkinson's ...Tech Times
Caffeine-Based Substance May Prevent Parkinson's Disease ...Science World Report

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