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Alzheimer's pill hope

30th July 2008

British scientists have said that a new drug called Rember could prove "twice as effective" as current treatments in slowing the progress of Alzheimer's disease.

The drug was made by scientists at the University of Aberdeen, who worked in conjunction with a company in Singapore. "We appear to be bringing the worst affected parts of the brain functionally back to life," said Dr Claude Wischik, who chaired the research. 


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