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Cure Research for Late-onset Alzheimer's

Treatments for Late-onset Alzheimer's

Treatments to consider for Late-onset Alzheimer's may include:

  • There is no cure for the condition so treatment is aimed at managing symptoms and slowing progression of the condition. Alzheimer medications (acetylcholinesterase inhibitors) and Namenda (NDMA antagonist) have varying degrees of benefits for patients - some patients have significant slowing of progression whereas others suffer a worsening of symptoms. Other medications are used to control symptoms e.g. depression, pain, agitation and insomnia. Other beneficial therapies and supportive measures includes: mental stimulation, supportive care and nursing homes.
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Evidence Based Medicine Research for Late-onset Alzheimer's

Medical research papers related to Late-onset Alzheimer's include:

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