Type 2 Diabetes Drugs Can Help Reverse Alzheimer’s, Study Says

Type 2 Diabetes Drugs Can Help Reverse Alzheimer’s, Study Says
A new study published in the journal Neuropharmacology revealed that drugs used to treat type 2 diabetes can actually help to reverse Alzheimer’s disease. According to Professor Christian Holscher of Lancaster University and the lead scientist of the study, drugs for type 2 diabetes were continuously tested in lab mice for 10 weeks, leading to results that revealed the mice experienced improved memories

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One comment

  1. David Bryan says:

    My wife was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s just over 7 years ago at age 60, when she lost the power of speech. She also lost the use of her legs and was in a wheelchair for a while. Thankfully she regained the use of her legs but I feel that time is running out and I wondered how I can get her on the trial for Dr Christian Holscher’s research.

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