The diabetes drug that may help slow dementia
There’s fresh hope a drug commonly used to treat diabetes may help slow dementia rates in older people who don’t have diabetes.
The six-year study in older Australians has made positive progression using the drug Metformin.
That study has since been halted by COVID-19.
Professor Katherine Samaras, leader of the Garvan Institute’s Healthy Ageing Research Theme, explained more on 3AW Breakfast.
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