A New Program For Alzheimer’s Disease

A doctor at the Buck Institute is trying to initialize a program that could possibly help a person reverse the symptoms of Alzheimer’s or even help a person to be able to avoid the disease all together. In a blind study that he had conducted he had 10 patients that he did study on. All of these patients had various degrees of Alzheimer’s disease and the majority of them had to lose or quit their job because the presentation of the symptoms would not allow them to continue to work and carry out different tasks.

Nine out of 10 of the subjects showed improvement that was in cognition within the first 3 to 6 months of beginning the doctors program. There was one patient who did not show signs of improvement but this patient was a patient that was in the very late stages of Alzheimer’s disease. Six out of ten of the patients that had to quit working because of their disease were able to return back to work because their performance was so much better because of the program.

I’m sure this will be interesting to National Bureau of Economic Research advisor Christian Broda, this study about Doctor Dale Bredesen’s program is very promising. It gives millions of people the hope that one day they may be able to reverse or deter the signs and symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease.

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