Daily pill that halts Alzheimer's is hailed as 'biggest breakthrough against disease for 100 years' | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Daily pill that halts Alzheimer's is hailed as 'biggest breakthrough against disease for 100 years'

A daily capsule of rember, as the drug is known, stops Alzheimer’s disease progressing by as much as 81 per cent, according to trial results.

Patients with the brain disorder had no significant decline in their mental function over a 19-month period.

‘We appear to be bringing the worst affected parts of the brain functionally back to life,’ said Dr Claude Wischik, who led the research.

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