Southampton Scientist Verifies Effectiveness of Arthritis Drug in Slowing Alzheimer’s Progression

Southampton Scientist Verifies Effectiveness of Arthritis Drug in Slowing Alzheimer’s Progression
A drug prescribed for the treatment of arthritis is able to slow the progression of Alzheimer’s, according a study performed by researchers at the University of Southampton in the United Kingdom. Etanercept was administrated to patients with mild to moderate disease, and within a six-month period, the scientists verified that the disease did not get worse. The

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