A drug that targets beta amyloid has slowed cognitive and functional decline

According to the results of a small, mid-stage clinical trial, it found a drug that targets beta amyloid has slowed cognitive and functional decline in people with early Alzheimer’s disease. In Eli Lilly’s drug trial, the participants taking the drug for about 76 weeks showed 32 percent slower decline in thinking and daily function measures when compared with those in a placebo group. Read article here…

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