Brain Surgery May Treat Alzheimer's

Genetically engineered cells implanted into the brain have helped revive brain activity of Alzheimer's patients, and in some the progression of the disease slowed by 50 percent. This procedure could provide some hope for those facing Alzheimer's disease, but it is still in it's early research stages. So, as I wrote in a blog entry earlier this month, the key to the treatment of Alzheimer's is still to make sure you never get it, and there are many steps you can take to prevent Alzheimer's disease.

Yahoo! News April 27, 2004

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