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The National Institutes of Health estimates 5.5 million Americans suffer from Alzheimer’s disease.
There’s no therapeutic way to slow or prevent the disease, yet.
In Healthy Living, Courtney Hunter explains how one researcher’s remarkable discovery could lead to doctors using existing drugs to treat Alzheimer’s.
In his research, Dr. Chun has found that virtually no HIV patients who’d been taking medications that include the reverse transcriptase inhibitors developed Alzheimer’s.
He believes the HIV drugs could prevent or slow the progression of Alzheimer’s