OU Researcher Is Advancing New Therapy For Alzheimer’s Disease

OU Researcher Is Advancing New Therapy For Alzheimer’s Disease
A scientist from the University of Oklahoma is developing a new therapy to address Alzheimer’s disease using “biopharmaceutical proteases” to destroy the toxic plaque that piles up in the brain of Alzheimer’s patients. This approach will have significantly lower costs in the treatment of the disease while at the same time it has the potential to be more effective in comparison to current therapies. Peter

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