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John Hardy, a professor of neuroscience at UCL, says new dementia drugs will slow the disease process, rather than reverse it. Recent genetic findings have pointed to three different mechanisms being involved in the pathology of the disease, Hardy said.
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The first causes amyloid protein to build up in the brain, leading to the development of amyloid plaques. A more recently discovered set of genes determines how the brain breaks down amyloid, and a third set of genes is involved in brain cholesterol metabolism. Both are monoclonal antibodies that help the brain clear amyloid. Researchers are due to report results in around 18 months. However, he also highlighted that lifestyle changes will not prevent the majority of dementia cases and that new drugs are vital to treat the disease.
Alzheimer’s will be treated with ‘cocktail’ of drugs, predicts neuroscientist
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