Diseases Seen Through a Neuroendocrine Lens May Deliver Better Targeted Treatments

Critical functions, such as response to stress, are disrupted by neurodegenerative diseases. But clinicians often overlook them, say two colleagues at Massachusetts General Hospital. They studied patient cases from the past 30 years and now aim to broaden treatment and provide better care for illnesses such as Alzheimer’s disease. Read more here.

Researchers Amy Newhouse, MD (left), and Zeina El-Chemali, MD, MPH


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