Thank you very much for Lyndsey’s (nickname vinni1964) informing us the drug called Rember® which his mother is presently using. You can reach his posting by the following link http://forum.alzheimers.org.uk/showt...764#post588764 .
Because it was first time to hear such a drug name, I searched the internet for it. My findings made me so happy I wanted to share with you in the following.
1) The Rember® which is a Tau Aggregation Inhibitor (TAI) offer a major advance over all existing Alzheimer’s medicines (such as Aricept, Ebixa, Exelon, etc.) which only transiently address the symptoms of AD and related diseases and cannot slow their progression.
2) The Rember® phase II clinical trials delivered an 80% reduction in the rate of Alzheimer’s disease progression and provided the first clinical demonstration that a new therapy targeting Tau protein aggregation could dramatically reduce the rate of progression of this deadly disease.
Plus per my belief all existing Alzheimer’s medicines can only create benefits on half of the people using them. And these benefits disappear after a while since they can not stop or slow down the progression of Alzheimer’s or related diseases.