Evidence from various studies indicates that Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) develops as a result of interaction between multiple complex and overlapping pathophysiological pathways, suggesting that a pharmacological treatment with a combinatorial approach may be more beneficial than monotherapy. AD currently represents the most common form of dementia in elderly people, and with rising life expectancy the number of patients suffering from AD is expected to increase over the coming years, reaching 132 million by 2050 (World Alzheimer Report). The causes of … Continue reading New hope for Alzheimer’s disease: what’s combining therapeutic strategies all about?
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