Bryostatin seen as treatment of Alzheimer's in addition to cancer

07/28/2004 | NYTimes.com

Researchers looking at bryostatin as a treatment for cancer now believe the drug also slows memory loss and helps prevent Alzheimer's disease. The drug has been approved by the FDA for cancer trials, but researchers are looking ahead to Alzheimer's trials after seeing bryostatin break down proteins responsible for amyloid plaques, the brain deposits associated with the disease.

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