Harvard Mental Health Letter

Failed efforts to thwart Alzheimer's disease raise questions

Studies of medications and supplements aiming to treat or reverse Alzheimer's disease have been unsuccessful. Drug therapy combining the available Alzheimer's medications, and maintaining physical and mental fitness, appears to be the best option for now.
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