Leukemia Therapy Sprycel May Potentially Treat Alzheimer’s Patients, Study Suggests

Leukemia Therapy Sprycel May Potentially Treat Alzheimer’s Patients, Study Suggests
Researchers have discovered a new mechanism targeted by the leukemia therapy Sprycel that may contribute to Alzheimer’s and traumatic brain injury. The team, which effectively targeted this mechanism in a mouse model of Alzheimer’s, now hopes to replicate the test in humans. The study, “Oxidation of KCNB1 channels in the human brain and in mouse model

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One comment

  1. Don Tallman says:

    How come I can’t print thE PAGE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ON SPRYCEL
    Try it yourself as customer would and see the problem !!!!!!!!!!
    HELP

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