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Scientists in Melbourne have found a protein in the brain that can save neurons from dying after incidents such as stroke.

Dr. Tamer Fouad, M.D.

Saturday 22nd July, 2006


Donepezil reverses some aspects of cognitive deterioration seen in severe Alzheimer's disease.

Dr. Tamer Fouad, M.D.

Saturday 25th March, 2006


Scientists in Melbourne found that fluoxetine improves depression, learning and memory in Huntington's disease.

Dr. Tamer Fouad, M.D.

Monday 24th October, 2005


Intracranial stenosis is caused by atherosclerosis - fatty deposits that build up on the inner walls of the arteries and restrict blood flow.

Dr. Tamer Fouad, M.D.

Monday 4th April, 2005


Ximelagatran (Exanta) was found to be as effective as other common therapies for preventing stroke and recurrent blood clots.

Dr. Tamer Fouad, M.D.

Monday 21st February, 2005


Men who consume three or more alcoholic beverages per day are 45 percent more likely to suffer a stroke compared with nondrinkers.

Dr. Tamer Fouad, M.D.

Friday, 21st January 2005


TYSABRI is the first humanized monoclonal antibody approved for the treatment of multiple sclerosis (MS).

Dr. Tamer Fouad, M.D.

Friday, 26th November 2004

The sound waves are believed to seek out the clot and deliver a heavy dose of the clot-busting drug tPA to and through it.

Dr. Tamer Fouad, M.D.

Monday, 22nd November 2004

New drugs may help in blocking the accumulation of the brain-clogging beta-amyloid protein thought to cause Alzheimer's disease.

Dr. Tamer Fouad, M.D.

Friday, 5th November 2004

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