Looking Back At Alzheimer's Progress

A Newsday.com article looks back at the progress made in the fight to cure Alzheimer's over the past decade. Although too late to help people like Ronald Reagan, ten years of heavily funded research have resulted in the first treatments and a growing understanding of the genetics and biochemistry of the condition. Scientists are confident that effective preventative therapies and a cure will be found in the years ahead - essential progress for all of us interested in healthy life extension. Age-related conditions like Alzheimer's (horrible and inevitable for all of us) must be cured as part and parcel of any effort to greatly extend the healthy human life span.

Link: http://www.newsday.com/news/health/ny-hsalz063835982jun06,0,4559836.story?coll=ny-health-headlines


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