Could Alzheimer's Drug be Miracle Drug for Autism?

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One doctor believes that prescribing the Alzheimer's drug Namenda to his autistic patients is changing their lives for the better:

"Namenda is a drug on the market currently approved for treating Alzheimer's patients. But would you believe it if we said there was a doctor in Iowa prescribing this medicine to autistic children?

Dr. Randall Kavalier, a Des Moines psychiatrist, claims he may have found the answer for the many children living with autism.

About six years ago, Dr. Kavalier says he read a little known study."

Read More: http://www.cw27.com/news/wtkr-autism-miracle-drug-feb8,0,1950144.story

 
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