An anticancer drug, bexarotene, reverses the physical and cognitive effects of Alzheimer's in mice in three days (Photo: Aaron Logan)
Studies of the anticancer drug bexarotene have shown that, in mice, the drug quickly reverses the physiological, cognitive, and memory deficits which are characteristic of Alzheimer's. More than half of the amyloid beta plaques associated with Alzheimer's were cleared from the brain within hours, and normal behavioral patterns which had been blocked by the plaques were restored within 72 hours.
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