Scientists at UCL have discovered antibodies that completely halt the progression of Alzheimer's disease in mice. Per the article:
Alzheimer's disease is characterized by abnormal deposits in the brain of the protein Amyloid-ß, which induces the loss of connections between neurons, called synapses. Now, scientists at UCL have discovered that specific antibodies that block the function of a related protein, called Dkk1, are able to completely suppress the toxic effect of Amyloid-ß on synapses. The findings are published today in the Journal of Neuroscience.
Thanks for the post -- interesting and good news too!
Perhaps there is some hope on the horizon.
I hope it works in humans and that the side effects aren't too bad.