Scientists develop breakthrough drug that protects against alzheimer’s

July 1, 2013

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SCIENTISTS have developed a new drug that could protect against damage to brain cells which are ravaged by Alzheimer’s disease.

The breakthrough could mean a treatment is just a few years away from being available to patients.

I’m now optimistic NitroMemantine will be effective as we advance to human trials, bringing new hope to both early and later-stage Alzheimer’s patients

Dr Stuart Lipton

NitroMemantine combines two medicines to stop changes in the brain that lead to memory loss and cognitive decline.
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via Express

 

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