Why Isn’t There A Cure for Alzheimer’s Disease?

A Midwestern Doctor

One of the most challenging diseases of aging is Alzheimer’s disease.

… Given the enormous economic and social cost of Alzheimer’s disease (which any of you will understand if you have a relative with Alzheimer’s), one must ask why no treatment has ever been found for it. The answer is quite simple: multiple effective therapies have been found, but each lies outside the currently accepted paradigm. So, rather than consider these approaches, the focus has instead been on desperately attempting to find a solution within the current paradigm, and it is my hope the previously cited figures illustrate the absurdity of continuing this approach.

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