Memory loss linked with Alzheimer’s has been reversed for the first time. A small trial conducted by UCLA and Buck Institute has succeeded in using “systems approach” to memory disorders. Alzheimer’s disease has been without an effective treatment for the first time since it was described over a century ago. Study findings are published in the current online edition of the journal Aging.
In the small novel study, the first of its kind, a personalized and comprehensive program to reverse memory loss, nine out of 10 participants displayed subjective or objective improvements in their memories starting within three to six months.