"UT Southwestern researchers have removed a protein from the brains of mice with no harmful effects, suggesting that potential Alzheimer’s drugs targeting this protein could do so without affecting memory and learning. Although further research is needed to pinpoint just how cardiovascular issues, such as elevated cholesterol, cause changes in the brain, the findings, published in The Journal of Neuroscience, add weight to the theory that cutting APOE in the brain could lead to a viable therapy for Alzheimer’s disease." Amira Al Idrus
A progressive disease that destroys memory and other important mental functions. "Some scientists have recently begun to consider the possibility that Alzheimer’s disease is, in fact, an autoimmune disease. The Amyloid plaques and neurofibrillary tangles associated with Alzheimer’s are present to some degree even in healthy brains, and likely perform necessary functions. Our immune system produces antibodies to rid the brain of the plaques when they degrade and become harmful." Add all this together with the wonderful adjunct that is Low Dose Naltrexone and we can say goodbye to Alzheimers. Many older folks are plagued by Alzheimers but LDN with the powers to restore and rebalance the fading immune system, an elderly person can treat there Alzheimers. And now it might be possible to even remove the effecting protein.