1 Nov 2009
Tacrine is used in the treatment of mild to moderate dementia of Alzheimer type.
The FDA has approved Tacrine as a safe and effective therapy for dementia.
The manufacturers do not guarantee it will help a certain percentage of sufferers but studies have shown it to be an effective treatment in responsive individuals.
- Tacrine Information for Consumers
- Tacrine Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Tacrine (detailed)
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