Trying to Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease

Caitlin Uva


Can Alzheimer’s disease be prevented or maybe even cured? Alzheimer’s disease is, currently, an uncurable disease. Alzheimer’s effects more than 5 million people in the U.S. alone and this includes those who have it and families of those who have it. It can also cost a lot of money for treatments that currently are more unsuccessful than they are successful. There are many trials using anti-amyloid therapies that are being done today. Although nothing is inevitable there may be ways to prevent or delay contracting the disease. There also may be a way to exercise our brains to make it better as we age.

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