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Why Scientists Are Still Flummoxed by Alzheimer’s

A new study shows deep brain stimulation doesn't help memory loss. Here's why it's so hard to develop memory treatments for issues like Alzheimer's.

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Dr. Barry Sears

This article illustrates a classic case of pursuing a dead end in spite of the data.  A far more promising route for treating Alzheimer’s appears to be the increase of resolution in the brain. All you need to test it in humans is to give high levels of EPA and DHA to provide the precursors to make resolvins in the brain that resolve neuroinflammation.

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