Ongoing Clinical Trial for Anti-Cancer Drug Found to Restore Brain Function in Alzheimer’s Disease Rodent Model

Ongoing Clinical Trial for Anti-Cancer Drug Found to Restore Brain Function in Alzheimer’s Disease Rodent Model
Researchers at Yale University School of Medicine in New Haven recently published in the journal Annals of Neurology the finding that a specific experimental anti-cancer drug can be used as an effective therapy for Alzheimer’s disease. The study is entitled “Fyn inhibition rescues established memory and synapse loss in Alzheimer mice” and was funded by

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