There's no official "medical" cure for Alzheimer's.
But there's a cure for Alzheimer's ( At least in the initial stages of the disease)
Treatment of amyloidosis associated with Alzheimer disease, using ketone
bodies, have been "unofficially" treating Alzheimer's successfully.
It is sad to say that because of lack of profit potential, Pharmaceuticals are not interested to invest huge money, to do the clinical trials required in order to bring this treatment to market as an approved drug.
Just do a search for the following (patented):
Use of medium chain triglycerides for the treatment and prevention of alzheimer's disease and other diseases resulting from reduced neuronal metabolism II.
I have saved information on a more recent patent as well (which is going nowhere anytime soon, due to the lack of profits again!)
If you are interested, let me know and I will dig it out when I get a chance.
Unfortunately, the entire system is profit and not patient driven!
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