Audio long read: Conquering Alzheimer’s — a look at the therapies of the future

Last year, researchers announced that the Alzheimer’s drug lecanemab lowered the amount of amyloid protein plaques associated with the disease in the brains of participants in a clinical trial, and slowed their cognitive decline.

Now, researchers are looking to drug combinations, vaccines and gene therapy to tackle different stages of the disease, as they forge the next generation of treatments for the condition.

This is an audio version of our Feature: Conquering Alzheimer’s: a look at the therapies of the future

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