‘Expensive’ placebo beats ‘cheap’ one in Parkinson’s disease: study

NEW YORK (Reuters) – When patients with Parkinson’s disease received an injection described as an effective drug costing $1,500 per dose, their motor function improved significantly more than when they got one supposedly costing $100, scientists reported on Wednesday.

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