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Study Shows Donepezil and Antioxidants Together May Help Mild AD

There's some good news from a study involving antioxidants used with a cholinesterase inhibiting drug, donepezil (sold as Aricept), and the effect of the combination on Alzheimer's disease. In article titled, "Cholinesterase Inhibition Combined With Antioxidants May Help Alzheimer's Disease Outcomes: Presented at ADPD," explains that researchers have found that combining a "defined" formulation of antioxidants they call "Formula F" with donepezil, when treating mild Alzheimer's disease, "substantially reduces oxidative stress and provides significant benefits over treatment with donepezil alone."

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