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    Why is there no current cure for Alzheimer's disease?

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    Reasons for No Current Cure for Alzheimer's disease

    Alzheimer's is a form of mental disorder that generates issues with an individual's ability to think, personal temperament and other psychological actions ("Mayo Clinic," 2017). At the onset, a person with Alzheimer's disease (AD) observe moderate disorientation and problem with recollection. Ultimately, degeneration and death of brain cells occur in persons with an AD, inducing them to disremember human beings who are relevant to them and experience hysterical personality transformation that interferes with their day-to-day functions ("Alz.org," 2017). Present AD medicines and management approaches may, for a limited time only, alleviate signs of an AD. Reasons for no current cure for AD includes 30 years of AD misinterpretation by researchers, misconception of beta-amyloid protein and clinical trial of beta-amyloid protein on mice ("Daily Mail," 2017).

    One of the major reasons for no cures or better treatments for an AD as of yet is the 30 years of misinterpretation of an AD by researchers ("Daily Mail," 2017). To analyze the treatment and prevention of AD, scientists would ...

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