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Alzheimer’s treatment explored as potential Down’s syndrome therapy

08:18 EDT 3 Jul 2017 | Pharmaceutical Journal

Phase II study finds Alzheimer’s disease-modifying drug is safe for patients with Down’s syndrome, but concludes more research is needed to test effects on cognitive function.

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