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The scientists will study stem cell link in Alzheimer’s disease 24 August 2015

The researchers’ work will be centred around a certain type of stem cell, which the researchers hope will shed more light on Alzheimer’s disease.

Modified Stem Cells Show Promise for Alzheimer's Patients 14 October 2014

A study by researchers from the University of California shows that genetically modified stem cells show promise for Alzheimer's treatment.

Is Alzheimer’s disease akin to ‘type 3 diabetes’? 08 October 2012

“Diabetes and Alzheimer’s are both related to aging,” said DeLaMonte, but aside from that small minority of us who inherit particular genes, “I don’t think they’re inevitable.”

Three Possible Avenues of Using Stem Cells in Treating Alzheimer's Disease 21 August 2012

Being among the most devastating illnesses the humans have ever faced, Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) destroys the brain, which shrinks as a result of the disease over time. There are three key possible ways to apply stem cell therapy in AD patients.

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Alzheimer's Disease

Treatment of Alzheimer patients with fetal stem cells helps to gradually restore many specific brain functions. Positive results of therapy are observed in all cases. Transplantation of fetal stem cells completely hinders further development of the disease in 75% of patients, or at least substantially slows down progressive deterioration of brain functions.

The most evident and stable effects of treatment (up to 90% cases) are achieved at initial stages of the disease when first neurological and mental symptoms occur. Positive results are also observed in patients with organic brain lesion (atrophy of frontoparietal lobes).

In cases of pronounced mental disorders, treatment effects resolve themselves to improvement of the quality of life (overall condition, sleep, appetite, normalization of body weight).

In patients with Alzheimer disease, two (sometimes three) courses of treatment are recommended during the first year, and then one course in 1–2 years to maintain and enhance the results. One course of treatment lasts, as a rule, 2 days.


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