It seems that expert researchers and medical doctors have had it wrong… in fact millions of patients they diagnosed with AD, don’t in fact have it.
From an article, New type of dementia identified
e, 30 April 2019.
“There’s no doubt that many people who were previously called Alzheimer’s, in fact, did not have Alzheimer’s.”
What do other experts think?
Prof Robert Howard from University College London said: “This is probably the most important paper to be published in the field of dementia in the last five years.
“Treatment trials of drugs that are designed to work against Alzheimer’s will not have any efficacy against Late and this has important implications for the choice of participants in future trials.”
I guess this could also mean researchers like Bredesen will be found to be on the right track.
Who could even imagine that?
You can read a DAI-ADI statement about he article here: A new type of dementia identified?