Five Years to a Cure for Dementia?

A recent article points to great strides in Alzheimer’s research. In one, the chairman of the World Dementia Council predicts that a cure for dementia may very well be found within the next five years. Dr. Dennis Gillings points to two particular breakthroughs that may soon be on the horizon. One line of research involves removing the plaques in the human brain that are associated with dementia. Another potential treatment pathway involves unscrambling neural tangles in the brains of dementia patients. The U.K. Daily Telegraph interviewed Gillings recently, and we would encourage anyone in the senior caregiving field or the loved ones of dementia patients to read the interview for some words

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