Researchers behind Alzheimer's study: GLP-1 drugs show great promise

Armed with data from a phase II trial testing the efficiency of Novo Nordisk's liraglutide on Alzheimer's patients, scientists say the given drug class shows great promise for combating the disease – even though the market shows disappointment on Novo's behalf.

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Few ailments have frustrated medical science and the pharmaceutical industry for years on end in the way Alzheimer's has, as many have tried – and failed – to develop just one efficient treatment for the disease.

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