ACTC, an Antidote to Alzheimer Disease

| March 1, 2016 7:08 am

At a recent talk “Forgetting Names, Should I be Worried?” Stanford Professor Sharon Sha presented data showing that today’s medicine has no cure for Alzheimer disease (we know that). Patients’ mental capacity merely decreases at a slower rate with these medicines. The only two antidotes where patients retained or actually regained some capacity are aerobic exercising and socializing — two of the three qualities of ACTC. The third quality of ACTC? Eating — not mentioned in the study.

Two out of three is not bad. Join ACTC! Fight Alzheimer!

Tony Le, ACTC President

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