Alzheimer's Disease

The "Thor" actor described meeting Elsa Pataky, made to look like an 87-year-old woman, as a comforting experience: "You're still beautiful," he told her.
The drug, Leqembi, is the first that’s been convincingly shown to slow the decline in memory and thinking that defines Alzheimer’s.
"I don’t talk much about this ... Nobody knows what to say in response to my stories. Friends tell me I’m strong, that I’m handling it well. I am not."
The drug delayed patients’ worsening by about five months over the course of the study, Japanese drugmaker Eisai’s Dr. Michael Irizarry said.
Over the years scientists have given us a million reasons to snooze. Lack of sleep has been linked to depression, anxiety, weight gain, and most recently --Alzheimers.
The actor discovered he’s genetically predisposed to develop the disease during a recent episode of Disney+’s “Limitless.”
Pharmaceutical companies Eisai and Biogen said they plan to publish the findings in a peer-reviewed medical journal.
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