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Msg  28394 of 33213  at  10/6/2019 12:54:57 PM  by

Gary54

The following message was updated on 10/6/2019 6:35:45 PM.

 In response to msg 28393 by  drh3x
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Re: LONGSHOTS: FOUR BIOTECHS AIMING TO CURE ALZHEIMER’S

  
Just from the piece, one finds that the underlying cause of AD is not agreed upon, making the possible therapeutic responses calculated guesses.
 
Researchers at $ACIU believe that the the most promising therapeutic targets are the misfolded brain proteins that many scientists associate with Alzheimer’s symptoms.
 
The scientists at Denali ($DNLI) believe that many of the negative symptoms of Alzheimer’s are results of bad inflammation in the brain.
 
Alector was founded under the hypothesis that the immune system is a key driver of brain health.
 
 
 
 
Dr Stahl, who has authored numerous books talks about the complexity of dementia... in a recent talk he mentioned that the highly intelligent were more prone to dementia... 
 
 
 
 


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