New Drug Shows Promise in Treating Alzheimer’s Disease

By January 9th, 2017 Alzheimer's

A key characteristic of Alzheimer’s disease is the development of abnormal protein clumps and tangled bundles of fibers in the brain. These changes cause inflammation in the brain and damage to the neurons, leading to memory loss, confusion and dementia. An experimental drug shows promise in treating Alzheimer’s disease by preventing inflammation and removing those abnormal protein clumps. At Bayshore Memory Care we focus on each individual’s unique abilities and needs and are devoted to helping each person achieve their maximum health potential. For more information on how Bayshore Memory Care can help you or a loved one living with dementia or Alzheimer’s, visit us at bayshorememorycare.com