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Mood-stabilizing drug could treat inherited liver disease, study shows

Opening up a can of worms is a good way to start hunting for new drugs. In a study published, researchers demonstrate how they used a primitive worm model to show that a drug typically used to treat agitation in schizophrenia and dementia has potential as a treatment for -1 antitrypsin deficiency.
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