Alzheimer,s Disease Risk and Progression: The Role of Nutritional Supplements and their Effect on Drug Therapy Outcome

@inproceedings{Giulietti2016AlzheimersDR,
  title={Alzheimer,s Disease Risk and Progression: The Role of Nutritional Supplements and their Effect on Drug Therapy Outcome},
  author={Alessia Giulietti and Arianna Vignini and Laura Nanetti and Laura Mazzanti and Rolando di Primio and Eleonora Salvolini},
  booktitle={Current neuropharmacology},
  year={2016}
}
Alzheimer's disease (AD) is the most common neurodegenerative disease in the elderly population. Despite significant advancements in understanding the genetic and molecular basis of AD, the pathology still lacks treatments that can slow down or reverse the progression of cognitive deterioration. Recently, the relationship between nutrient deficiency and dementia onset has been highlighted. AD is in fact a multifactorial pathology, so that a multi-target approach using combinations of… CONTINUE READING
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