Alzheimer’s disease is a devastating process that affects the function, clarity and processes of the human brain. Comprised of multiple stages,Alzheimer’s disease is often first noticed as increasing frequency in forgetfulness, confusion and difficulty with thinking and reasoning processes.
To date, no cure exists for the continually degenerative decline of those diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, which eventually incapacitates the brain’s ability to control body functions such as breathing, swallowing, and mobility. However, recent development in stem cell therapies offer hope for those diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease.
Treating Alzheimer’s Disease
In the past, Alzheimer’s disease, its processes, devastation and symptoms have become more widely known and understood, though medical doctors and researchers are still not certain what causes the condition. Medications such as Aricept, Exelon, Razadyne and Namendal are often employed to deal with the symptoms of Alzheimer’s, though they offer no hope for cure.
Fetal stem cell research has been focusing on offering hope for relief of symptoms, improved clarity, body functions, and an eventual cure for multiple stages of Alzheimer’s. Fetal stem cell therapy is focused on restoring or maintaining specific brain function, as well as reducing further damage to brain cells and nerves. Such areas of study are currently underway in countries from Japan to the Ukraine.
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