1. Scientists Accidentally Discover a Breakthrough Treatment for Alzheimer's

    Scientists Accidentally Discover a Breakthrough Treatment for Alzheimer's

    Scientists found a potential treatment for Alzheimer’s disease by testing an existing drug used for another illness. Researchers from Lancaster University in the UK discovered that a drug developed for type 2 diabetes has "significantly reversed memory loss" in mice.

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    1. With no new treatments in nearly 15 years, we need to find new ways of tackling Alzheimer'.
    2. Here we show that a novel triple receptor drug shows promise as a potential treatment for Alzheimer's but further dose-response tests and direct comparisons with other drugs have to be conducted in order to evaluate if this new drugs is superior to previous ones.
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