One of the most common form of dementia Alzheimer’s disease affects more than 46 million people around the globe. Alzheimer’s is characterised by progressive memory loss difficulty in solving problems and disorientation. And the treatments for Alzheimer's now is about slowing down the progression of the symptoms. And that’s the reason scientists from the University of Sheffield in the United Kingdom looked for a different way to treat Alzheimer’s. And in the process they found that a drug that is being used to treat liver disease can also tackle Alzheimer's. Published in the Journal of Molecular Biology lead author Dr.