Attacking Type 2 Diabetes From a New Direction with Encouraging Results

New research shows promising evidence that a modified form of a different drug, niclosamide – which eliminate intestinal parasites – may hold the key to battling type 2 diabetes. Victor Shengkan Jin, an associate professor of pharmacology at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, found that niclosamide ethanolamine salt (NEN) – burned the excess fat in liver cells which keep the cells functioning, through a process known as mitochondrial uncoupling. Via Newswise. Posted October 7, 2014. –Alanna McCatty


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