Singapore researchers shed light on tackling Alzheimer’s, The Straits Times, 26 October 2019

The Straits Times reported on the latest research by Yale-NUS College which identifies treatment of metabolic dysfunction as a potential therapy for Alzheimer’s disease. The team of researchers, led by Yale-NUS Assistant Professor of Science (Biochemistry) Jan Gruber, discovered that metabolic dysfunction, and not protein accumulation, is a key cause of Alzheimer’s disease. They also identified a common anti-diabetes drug as a potential treatment for Alzheimer’s.

Various other publications such as Yale Daily News, Science Daily, Medical Xpress, Scienmag and The Medical News carried similar articles.

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