[ExI] Jaw-dropping CWRU Alzheimer's breakthrough?

BillK pharos at gmail.com
Sun Feb 19 19:13:19 UTC 2012

On Sun, Feb 19, 2012 at 6:15 PM, spike  wrote:
> That's where we are still heading, although the doctor is reluctant.  We are
> hoping to set up some kind of at least partially controlled experiment,
> possibly with firsthand semi-trained observations, which would require
> moving the grandparents to where I can make measurements.  Never give up
> hope friends.  It is better to take a shot in the dark rather than die never
> having fired one's weapon.

I think the problem could be age.
The average age for patients that are prescribed Targretin seems to be
around 55 years. This is probably about 15-20 years before the average
age for dementia developing.

So it could be self-selecting for being given to people that don't
have dementia.


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