The little white pill that keeps on giving

In case you missed today’s latest news, a key ingredient in Aspirin, salicylic acid, may halt the accumulative cell death that occurs in a range of neurodegenerative diseases, including Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and Huntington’s diseases.

You can read the article published today in Science Alert



One response to “The little white pill that keeps on giving”

  1. Thanks for the interesting article. We spent 3 hours at UCLA on Monday with exams, blood work, medical history, psych eval (Dr. Johnson), etc. Next is an MRI and LP in December. They’ll put it all together to see if he meets the criteria to have the infusion in January. Will keep you posted. Linda

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