Today i heard about the drug Remba, which sounds like a promising antidote, reversing memory loss etc.
Someone in this forum mentioned that we can find this drug on the web.
I have not been succesful in my search.
I know it is either on research stages, or possibly in use in England.
My mom suffers from this lewy body dementia, and i wish there was something more effective out there other than
aricept or exelon...
If anyone knows anything about REMBA, please drop me a line....
I thank you and
good luck to you ,or your loved one!
It is still on trial ,the 3rd trial is coming up, it has been tested at Aberdeen University in the UK,I have heard it will be approved and on the market in 1- 2years, I have a relative showing early signs and I went to the site,I put' Remba' in and there is information there ,it sounds like the best break through yet, I feel very hope.fulIt also states that people who have it severly find some improvement . Good Luck, post us here if you get more information on when It would be approved, I will do the same so others may share it.
Unfortunately, this medication, should it be approved, won't be available
LMTX is the updated version of Rember.
From the US Institute of Health regarding LMTX
Study Start Date: December 2012
Estimated Study Completion Date: March 2015
Estimated Primary Completion Date: February 2015 (Final data collection date for primary outcome measure).
Anyone with AD concerns should have an in debth look at Extra Virgin Coconut Oil on which Ketonic Therapy is based..
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