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Interfering With Brain Pathway Early Could Improve Memory In Alzheimer’s Patients

Alzheimer's remains one of the costliest yet most mysterious conditions in the United States, where an estimated 5.1 million Americans are living with the incurable, progressive disease. But researchers at The Rockefeller University have found that manipulating a protein pathway linked with Alzheimer's helped improve memory impairment in mice- a finding that offers hope for new treatment in humans.

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Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears

I published an article in the Journal of Neurosurgery in 2011 that demonstrated that high-dose fish oil could replace the AAP formation after brain trauma induced by a concussion injury by 98%.  I guess that was too many years ago to be noticed by this “cutting-edge” research.


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