A New Drug Could Help Alzheimer's Patients Improve

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By Molly Grady

A new Alzheimer's drug is showing promise.

A Danish drugmaker tested the experimental pill on 278 people with a mild to moderate form of the disease.

Researchers say patients showed significant improvement on memory and cognitive tests.

Other companies are testing similar drugs that work by stimulating activity in certain parts of the brain.



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