Insulin shortage linked to Alzheimer's disease

03/8/2005 | Forbes

A shortage of insulin has been linked to the development of Alzheimer's disease, with researchers discovering insulin is produced in the brain as well as in the pancreas. The new information could lead to treatments for Alzheimer's, such as insulin replacement or reactivating damaged insulin receptors.

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