Alzheimer’s Breakthrough: Study Shows New Drug Slows Memory Loss | TODAY


Researchers have announced that an experimental drug has shown positive results in the slowing of memory loss. Dr. Natalie Azar tells TODAY that people with receiving the highest dose of the medication showed the highest reduction of plaque in the brain, which is often attributed to memory loss. She says the drug could also be used as a preventative treatment for people at-risk for the illness.
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Alzheimer’s Breakthrough: Study Shows New Drug Slows Memory Loss | TODAY

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