As We See It
A startling scientific breakthrough reveals that an approved arthritis drug can reverse the clinical course of Alzheimer’s disease by blocking an inflammatory chemical that damages the brain. Patients who received this drug into their brains experienced remarkable cognitive improvements within minutes that were sustained for up to three years. These impressive results offer a promising therapy for the four million Americans who suffer from Alzheimer’s.
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