Exciting New Advance in Curing Alzheimer’s Disease!


Posted on March 19th, by Mark Winter in Alzheimer's. No Comments

Consider the facts…

  • Currently, over 5 million Americans are diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease.
  • Every sixty-seven seconds, someone develops the disease.
  • Almost 2/3s of those with Alzheimer’s Disease are women.

Everyone knows someone who suffers from Dementia and/or Alzheimer’s Disease.  We may not fully understand the disease, but we are fully aware of the challenges.  Because of this, we were especially excited to read this recent report.  Yesterday’s report out of Australia reports that huge strides have been made in laboratory tests, and that a team at the Queensland Brain Institute has come up with a possible advance that would successfully treat Alzheimer’s.

Hired Hands Homecare is very proud of our special Dementia/Alzheimer’s Team.  This amazing group of Caregivers has received extensive specialized training, giving them the knowledge and tools to better assist families dealing with this difficult situation.   If we may be of any assistance to you or a family member, please don’t hesitate to call us toll-free at 866-940-4343.  While we hope everyday for a cure… we are hear everyday to help!

More information may be found at http://www.sciencealert.com/new-alzheimer-s-treatment-fully-restores-memory-function.





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