In a recent study from Monash University, scientists found a promising new treatment for patients with frontotemporal dementia, the second most common form of dementia in those under the 60s. They found that the drug, sodium selenate, may slow cognitive decline and neurodegenerative damage that is the hallmark of many dementias including Alzheimer’s Disease. Behavioral […]

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