Anavex’s Experimental Alzheimer’s Treatment Prevents Mental-acuity Decline in Clinical Trial

Anavex’s Experimental Alzheimer’s Treatment Prevents Mental-acuity Decline in Clinical Trial
Anavex Life Sciences reported that its experimental drug Anavex 2-73 prevented further decline in mental capacity in a small Phase 2a trial involving 32 patients with mild to moderate Alzheimer’s disease. Although the trial was not designed to prove the treatment’s effectiveness, after about 10 months, patients had the same mental acuity as when they entered the study.

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