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TCHERO,  the entrepreneurial Egyptian Pharmaceutical Marketing and Distribution Company, is enjoying its second decade of success. We embrace strong alliances and partnerships locally and worldwide, promoting and delivering beneficial, well-tolerated, high-value medicines – that is how we view our contribution to better health and improved quality of life. Our innovative, creative solutions repeatedly impress our customers and our partners.

We strive to enhance therapeutic success and patient well-being so that doctors and pharmacists can treat their patients both more effectively and in a more health-conscious way.

All of our services are based on a holistic view, placing the interests of our customers, employees, and stakeholders – and other targeted groups – at the centre of our attention. First class products, comprehensive services, and open communication are our foundation for our customers' satisfaction. We can offer many creative services and target-oriented two-way communication to help our clients in the treatment of their patients.

Our highly motivated employees add their friendly approach to our comprehensive portfolio for the benefit of our clients.

Nabil Bakhoum
Founder of Tchero
Hedy Bakhoum
President

 
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A new comprehensive review assesses current clinical trials for Alzheimer's drugs and advises on the best therapeutic approach going forward.
A new blood test could help diagnose Alzheimer's
New research focuses on an accurate blood test for Alzheimer's disease. If scientists replicate the study's promising results, it may be a breakthrough.
Dementia: Gene study boosts search for treatment
Using an innovative analytical approach, researchers pinpointed genes that play an important role in the protein buildup associated with dementia.
Gun ownership and dementia: A growing concern
As the older population of the United States grows, the prevalence of dementia also rises. A new paper discusses dementia and gun ownership.
Lung disease may increase dementia risk
New research uncovers another potential risk factor for dementia and, more generally, for cognitive impairment, namely having a lung disease in midlife.
Alzheimer's may soon be treated with HIV drugs
For the first time, scientists show how the gene that produces brain toxicity in Alzheimer's is 'recombined' using the same enzyme found in HIV.
Men who eat lots of fruits and vegetables have less memory loss
Consumption of orange juice, certain vegetables, leafy greens, and berry fruits is tied to less memory loss in a large group of men followed for 26 years.
Could managing cholesterol prevent Alzheimer's?
The largest genetic study of Alzheimer's to date finds that this neurological disease shares some genetic risk factors with several cardiovascular conditions.
Alzheimer's vaccine draws closer
Building on more than a decade of scientific research, a recent paper brings us one step closer to developing a vaccine for Alzheimer's disease.
A simple type of daily meditation may alter the course of Alzheimer's
Simple mind-body practices altered potential cell aging and Alzheimer's biomarkers. The changes linked directly to improved cognition and other functions.
Parkinson's disease: Scientists find new target to destroy protein clumps
In Parkinson's disease, toxic protein clumps accumulate in the brain's motor region. A study shows how targeting an enzyme could prevent this.
How a key protein boosts memory, learning in the adult brain
New research reveals that a protein that helps make connections between neurons in the developing infant brain also strengthens them in the adult brain.
Alzheimer's: Artificial intelligence predicts onset
A deep learning algorithm trained to analyze brain scans accurately predicted who would develop Alzheimer's more than 6 years before diagnosis.
How coffee protects the brain
New research reveals what gives coffee its protective properties for brain health, and why it can help keep Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease at bay.
Alzheimer's may be treated with diabetes drugs
New research suggests that targeting the brain's capillary cells with antidiabetes drugs may relieve Alzheimer's-related brain pathologies.
Loneliness tied to a higher risk of dementia
A 10-year study of 12,000 diverse older adults finds that loneliness, independently of social isolation, is tied to a 40 percent higher risk of dementia.
Eye scan may detect Alzheimer's disease in seconds
It may soon be possible to diagnose Alzheimer's in a matter of seconds using a noninvasive eye scanner that simply examines a person's retina.
The signs and symptoms of Parkinson's disease
Parkinson’s disease is a neurological condition that affects a person in many different ways. Tremor is a well-known symptom but not the only one. Find out more.
How does stress affect the brain?
Stress can affect every aspect of our mental and physical health. A new study now shows just how exposure to stress can impact memory and brain volume.
How you breathe may affect your memory
Do you tend to breathe more through your nose or through your mouth? Your answer may affect your ability to consolidate new memories.
Herpes may account for 50 percent of Alzheimer's cases
A large review suggests that the herpes virus may result in a heightened risk of senile dementia, and may account for numerous Alzheimer's diagnoses.
Alzheimer's: These psychiatric symptoms may be an early sign
A postmortem study of brain tissue tests and interviews of those close to the deceased ties some psychiatric symptoms to early Alzheimer's disease.
Keto diet may protect against cognitive decline
Our diets can influence the state of our health. Research in mice now suggests that one regimen — the ketogenic diet — may even prevent cognitive decline.
Antidepressants could stave off dementia
The findings of a new study suggest that some antidepressants may block the growth of toxic plaques in the brain, thus helping to treat dementia.
How do hearing and sight influence cognitive decline?
Hearing and sight loss are tied to faster cognitive decline, so does addressing these issues slow down cognitive deterioration? New studies investigate.
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