Orexin Agonist Effective but Not Safe in Narcolepsy Trial

A new treatment for narcolepsy improved people’s ability to stay awake and reduced their weekly episodes of cataplexy, or sudden muscle weakness, compared with placebo, according to results from an 8-week clinical trial that included 73 participants. Currently, people with narcolepsy manage their condition with multiple medications that often do not control all their symptoms.

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