Alzheimer’s Therapy Elenbecestat Reduces Brain Amyloid Levels, is Safe and Well-Tolerated, Trial Shows

Alzheimer’s Therapy Elenbecestat Reduces Brain Amyloid Levels, is Safe and Well-Tolerated, Trial Shows
Treatment with the investigational compound elenbecestat reduced brain amyloid beta levels and was safe and well-tolerated, according to Phase 2 clinical trial results. The presence of amyloid beta plaques is a major characteristic of the brains of Alzheimer’s disease patients. Amyloid beta is produced through the work of a key enzyme called BACE (beta-amyloid cleaving enzyme). Elenbecestat is

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3 comments

  1. Jim Deitrick says:

    My wife is 71 and is in the moderate to final stages of AD. Under the newly passed Right To Try Law is this something that she can ask for?

    • Saralee Perel says:

      Hi Jim,

      I too have a question about this medication, but I don’t see a place where I can ask a question. I would try here, like you did, but would first appreciate hearing from you, as to whether or not you received a response to your question.
      Thank you in advance. My name is Saralee Perel and the way to respond, if you’d please, would be to email me at: [email protected]

    • dennis damato says:

      my wife is 71 and has been diagnosed with alzheimers is there an on going study and how do we find out where and when

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