New Treatments for Memory Loss & Alzheimer’s disease
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Finding a Cure for Alzheimer’s disease
Led by Dr Emer MacSweeney, an international expert in the field of Alzheimer’s research, we are passionate about finding a cure for Alzheimer’s disease.
According to the Alzheimer’s Society over 1 million people in the UK will have a diagnosis of dementia by 2025. By 2051 this number will exceed 2 million.
On a global scale, by 2030 it’s estimated that 82 million people will be suffering from dementia.
One Clinical Trial, One Life-Changing Opportunity
However, despite the international impact of the disease, there is indeed hope available for people experiencing memory impairment.
Because the death of brain cells in Alzheimer’s is currently unstoppable, the only medications available to be prescribed are ‘symptomatic’.
These medications manage only the symptoms of dementia, as opposed to delaying its progression.
Symptomatic drugs work to help the dying brain cells function better. However, as the disease progresses more and more brain cells die, leading to a greater decline in cognitive functioning.