Triple Receptor Agonist Treatment for Alzheimer's Disease

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Hello all, 

I am doing research on off-label drug usage and was wondering if anyone out there is being treated for Alzheimer's Disease using a Triple Agonist Receptor drug that is typically used for treating diabetes. 

Examples of this type of drug would include; Exendin, Victoza, Byetta and Bydureon. 

If anyone is currently, or has been on one of these types of drug to treat Alzheimer's Disease I would love to know how it is going. Thank you so much for your time and I wish you all luck with your treatment!


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