Alzheimer’s Treatment BreakthroughAllison Espiritu
Researchers at Case Western Reserve have made great strides in new breakthrough for Alzheimer’s research. Focusing primarily on a cure for Alzheimer’s, they have found a FDA approved drug currently used for cancer treatment that may help decrease the toxic substance of plaque that significantly causes Alzheimer’s disease.
Watch and learn how this drug increases the proteins in our body to clear the toxic plaque out of the brain. Early signs of Alzheimer’s include loss of memory and the sense of smell and researchers have found in most recent tests that by using this drug it has shown improvement in memory.