Stroke Medicine May Prevent Early Nerve Cell Damage in Alzheimer’s, Mouse Study Finds

Stroke Medicine May Prevent Early Nerve Cell Damage in Alzheimer’s, Mouse Study Finds
Fasudil, a chemical inhibitor used to treat strokes, may prevent early nerve cell impairment and sustainment of beta-amyloid damaging effects, opening new therapeutic avenues for Alzheimer’s disease, according to a mouse study. These findings could not only help researchers understand the mechanisms behind Alzheimer’s development and progression, but also may shed light on why some therapies have failed

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