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New Therapy Improves Cognition in Down Syndrome Patients

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Pulsatile GnRH therapy improves cognitive function and neural connectivity in a small patient group. Seven men with Down syndrome, between 20 and 50 years of age, received one subcutaneous dose of GnRH every two hours for 6 months via a pump placed on the arm. Cognition and olfactory tests as well as MRI exams were performed before and after treatment.
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New Therapy Improves Cognition in Down Syndrome Patients

A new treatment has been shown to improve cognitive function. In order to enhance the cognitive abilities of a small sample of Down syndrome patients, an Inserm team at the Lille Neuroscience & Cognition laboratory (Inserm/Université de Lille, Lille University Hospital) has collaborated with t

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