Overly optimistic about a cure for Alzheimer’s?

Alzheimer; News from the web:

This is the most important column I’ve ever written.  The message is quite complex–dozens of new health parameters to test for and to optimize, all of them interacting in ways that will require new training for MDs.  The message is also as simple as it can be: There is a cure for Alzheimer’s disease. You can stop reading right here, and buy two copies of Dale Bredesen’s book, one for you and one for your doctor:  The End of Alzheimer’s.

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after 40 years of study a potential solution may be close

Alzheimer; News from the web:

A potential new treatment for Alzheimer’s disease is beginning a clinical trial in 100 patients in London this month. The government’s National Institute for Health Research is providing £4.5m to run the three-year trial, in the hope that a drug called miridesap will succeed where so many others have failed — and slow or even reverse patients’ progression to dementia.

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