Posts Tagged ‘IVIG’

False hopes and real risks with Alzheimer’s ‘treatments’

“What do I have to lose?” I hear this question regularly from patients who want to try the latest “breakthrough” in Alzheimer’s research featured on television or YouTube.  These are typically things that either have been tested in animals with no human studies or things that have been tested haphazardly in small numbers of patients and then vigorously hyped. For example, curcumin is a component of curry that has been tested in animals, with a … Read More