New Alzheimer's Treatment? Impact Inflammation. Treatment options for Alzheimer's has been a dream for decades. Thankfully, there are treatments available, but there is still more to learn about how to tackle the cause of Alzheimer's. More research, into different areas of the brain are needed to have effective treatments, and hopefully a way to prevent Alzheimer's.
In this episode, you'll learn about Biovie's work and how it could affect us in the near future. You'll hear Sarah's caregiver story first, which led her to working with them. This is an inspirational and informative episode that is very fascinating.
Wel examine the evidence linking inflammation to Alzheimer's progression and why some experts believe this represents an untapped target for drug development. With over 6 million Americans living with Alzheimer's and only recent potential treatments approved, BioVie's research offers additional hope.
BioVie believes targeting neuroinflammation could be the key to finding an effective Alzheimer's treatment. Their lead compound, NE3107, aims to modulate inflammation and improve energy metabolism in the brain. NE3107 is now in Phase 3 clinical trials, with results expected in late 2023. On today's show, we'll discuss BioVie's unique approach, how NE3107 works, and the progress of its clinical program.
Join us as we explore whether NE3107 could pave the way to the first new class of Alzheimer's drugs in years. Learn more at BioViePharma.com.
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