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Existing medications may help treat Alzheimer's

(UPI) Drugs used for hypertension or insomnia may also help reduce the development of amyloid plaques, which is linked to Alzheimer's, U.S. researchers say…
"One very exciting finding of our study is that Carvedilol, already approved for treatment of hypertension, might immediately become a promising drug for the treatment of Alzheimer's as well," [Dr. Giulio Maria] Pasinetti said in a statement.
However, the findings must be verified in human-safety studies that examine the effects of the drugs independent of the original indication, Pasinetti said.
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