Researchers discover that cytisine — a smoking cessation drug commonly used in Europe — reduces the loss of dopamine neurons in females. These findings provide potential evidence for the use of the drug to treat Parkinson’s disease or stop its progression in women.

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Sadly the vast majority of the time that it looks like such and such affects only one sex, it’s hard to replicate or just very minor.


It doesn’t explain any thing of why just women and the full text is behind a pay wall with no availability on sci hub.