Replacing dopamine in the brain would seem to be the best treatment for Parkinson disease. This is

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Replacing dopamine in the brain would seem to be the best treatment for Parkinson disease. This is difficult because dopamine.

a. Is broken down in gastric acid. 

b. Is not available in drug form. 

c. Cannot cross the blood–brain barrier. 

d. Is used peripherally before reaching the brain.

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