Alzheimer’s Therapy Boosts Cognition of People Who Lost Smell but Lack Signs of the Disease

Alzheimer’s Therapy Boosts Cognition of People Who Lost Smell but Lack Signs of the Disease
Some people lose their sense of smell before they begin developing Alzheimer’s disease. New York researchers decided to treat older people who had lost their sense of smell and who had mild cognitive impairment for Alzheimer’s before signs of the disease showed up. The treatment led to improvement in their cognitive abilities. The researchers were

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One comment

  1. Marjorie Richman says:

    If Donepezil is another name for Arricept this drug had no effect whatsoever for my husband who has been diagnosed with Mild Cognitive Impairment. It did not improve his memory nor his sense of smell.

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