Alkahest Sees Plasma Infusions as Potential Treatment for Mild to Moderate Alzheimer’s

Alkahest Sees Plasma Infusions as Potential Treatment for Mild to Moderate Alzheimer’s
A novel strategy using healthy plasma infusions led to promising results in patients with mild to moderate Alzheimer’s disease, Alkahest recently announced. Stanford Medicine presented clinical data of its PLasma for Alzheimer SymptoM Amelioration (PLASMA) Study (NCT02256306) Nov. 4 at the 10th Clinical Trials on Alzheimer’s Disease conference in Boston. The research — sponsored by Alkahest and Grifols, a

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  1. Mario Mottillo says:

    To make a story short my father had Vascular dementia and I seem to have the same symptoms. Started feeling slight and short pain at the sides of the head (possible small blood vessels breaking thus preventing blood to that part of the brain. Recently these pains are more frequent more painful and longer lasting. I have had acid reflux most of my life would that be a possible cause? Perhaps it’s the high blood pressure and cholesterol medication I take? I would appreciate your comment. thank you

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