No currently available treatment can halt or delay the progression of Alzheimer’s disease, but Imperial College London researchers found that gene therapy may be able to prevent its onset altogether, at least in mice. - Fierce Pharma
We are big fans of Fierce Pharma here at LDNIM, but we like to show evidence that LDN can help with Alzheimers. "Dr. Bihari reports that he currently has three patients who have Alzheimer's disease. Since starting LDN, none of them has shown further progression, which is usually inexorable in this disorder. The initial such patient came to him four years ago to seek treatment for prevention of recurrence of colon cancer. The second patient saw Bihari some two-and-one-half years ago for treatment of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, and the third began LDN two years ago for an autoimmune problem. Before their first visits, each of the three had been diagnosed with moderately severe Alzheimer's disease by a neurologist." - ldnscience.org
Given the repeated demonstration of LDN's efficacy in halting progression in all cases of MS, and the possibility of its having a therapeutic effect in PD, it now may be timely to consider LDN in treating the full spectrum of neurodegenerative diseases whose etiology is unknown—all of which may well have a significant underpinning of immunodeficiency/autoimmunity causing the neurological syndromes. Alzheimer's disease and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis ALS or Lou Gehrig's disease are two prominent possibilities that spring to mind.