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Another failure in search for treatment to slow Alzheimer's

Another failure in search for treatment to slow Alzheimer's

For Expedition 3, Lilly extended the pair of large trials by another two years and enrolled only mildly impaired patients. Alzheimer's experts had modest expectations for solanezumab . Lilly's solanezumab sought to slow disease progression by targeting beta-amyloid circulating in the bloodstream . Other studies of solanezumab are ongoing, including one funded by the USA federal government testing the drug in at-risk patients who don't yet have outward signs of the disease.



Intelligence-sharing pact between SKorea, Japan takes effect

The agreement took effect on the same day. "Even at this moment, North Korea's Kim Jong Un is obsessed with advancing its nuclear and missile capabilities, including a submarine-launched ballistic missile", South Korea's Defense Ministry said in a statement.



Merkel WILL seek fourth term in Germany despite fury over migrant policy

It also revived the fortunes of the right-wing populist Alternative for Germany party (AfD), which has harnessed widespread anxiety about migration. The Social Democrats lost the chancellery to the conservative Merkel in 2005 and now serve as her junior partners in a "grand coalition" of Germany's two biggest parties.



Wayne State University officer dies from gunshot wound

The Ferris State University community extends its deepest condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of Collin Rose, a 2010 graduate of Ferris' Criminal Justice program. The school has more than 27,000 students and is located in the heart Detroit . This includes the preparation of derivative works of, or the incorporation of such content into other works.



France's Fabius confused by Trump statements on climate

At the same time , Trump questioned the overwhelming scientific consensus on climate change, saying there are "lots of cases for different views". The Republican president-elect has called climate change a hoax and said he would "cancel" the United States' participation in the historic Paris climate accord to reduce carbon emissions.



Turkey withdraws child marriage bill, submits it for review

Turkey is about to debate for a second time a controversial bill that could encourage the rape of underage girls...the proposed bill has been criticized by human rights groups and many citizens are expressing outrage over it. Justice Minister Bozdağ says the bill defends couples that had consensual sex, but were forced apart because of the existing law against statutory rape.