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Were you looking for information about Rasagiline? Rosagaline is a common misspelling of rasagiline.
 
Rasagiline is a prescription medicine approved for treating Parkinson's disease. It is a type of monoamine oxidase inhibitor that helps relieve symptoms of Parkinson's by increasing the amount of dopamine in the brain. Rasagiline can be used alone or in combination with other Parkinson's disease medications. Reported side effects include depression, headaches, and indigestion.
 
(Click Rasagiline to learn more about the effects of rasagiline and to find out when and how to take the medication, how it works, and what other side effects may occur.)
 
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