Neurologist Dale Bredeson on Reversing Alzheimer’s Disease

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Despite over $1 billion spent on research in the past decade, Alzheimer's disease has no known cure. But that may soon change, according to neurologist Dale Bredesen. Recent evidence suggests that a broad-based therapeutic approach including diet, brain stimulation and pharmaceuticals may help halt or even reverse progression of the disease. We'll discuss Bredesen's research and his book, "The End of Alzheimer's."