Phase 1 Study Testing Skin Patch Option for Alzheimer’s Patients Using Aricept

Phase 1 Study Testing Skin Patch Option for Alzheimer’s Patients Using Aricept
Transdermal (through the skin) delivery of Aricept (donepezil hydrochloride) may be as effective as the drug’s oral form, according to results of a pilot bioequivalence (BE) study conducted by Corium International. Aricept in tablet form is one of the only drugs approved for Alzheimer’s disease in the U.S. for patients with mild to moderate dementia. The drug acts by

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One comment

  1. Doogie Howser says:

    Donepezil is a farce, it is one of the medicines creating symptoms, while the other medicines are making these medicines chase each others around and around, without any real improvement. patients get worse. its all a sham and pretense to end the people’s retirement and dependency on the government.

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