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(Fortune)   Scientist attaches Paxlovid-style warhead to Alzheimer's drug, which is great as anyone that has ever had Covid can benefit from antiviral therapies with a proven record of traversing the blood brain barrier   ( divider line
    More: Cool, Influenza, Alzheimer's drug Lipton, Infection, Virus, infected person, director Dr. Stuart Lipton, Antiviral drug, FDA-approved drugs  
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2022-10-04 1:59:45 PM  
Great. Now all we need is an Alzheimer's drug that works better than a placebo.
2022-10-04 3:18:50 PM  
I had to read that headline three times for it to make grammatical sense. Maybe I got the Covid brain?
2022-10-04 4:24:45 PM  
COVID gives you the Poo-brain.
2022-10-04 8:33:38 PM  

paulleah: COVID gives you the Poo-brain.

I don't know about that, but I got it a few weeks ago. I was flattened for a week. It through me seriously behind schedule on a couple of fronts. I don't know if it's merely the stress or also the lingering effects of Covid, but I feel so emotional that it's ridiculous.
2022-10-05 9:59:42 AM  
"A neurologist at a prestigious U.S. research institute has developed an experimental COVID treatment he calls "true revenge" that weaponizes the virus against itself.
The treatment, dubbed NMT5, was created by Scripps Research Institute's Neurodegeneration New Medicines Center founding director Dr. Stuart Lipton and a team of scientists."

Oh, come on! You couldn't have found a word to make it NME instead?
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