Preventive Treatment with Memantine May Halt Alzheimer’s Progression, Mouse Study Suggests

Preventive Treatment with Memantine May Halt Alzheimer’s Progression, Mouse Study Suggests
Approved medication memantine could be used as a preventive treatment to help stop or delay Alzheimer’s disease progression in people at risk, a University of Virginia study suggests. Memantine, which is already approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and marketed as Namenda by Allergan, is currently used to alleviate Alzheimer’s symptoms. However, researchers now suggest

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