Friday, July 1

Alzheimer's Drugs: Why Take Them, Why Stop Them

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Neurologist Geoffrey Kerchner, MD & PhD, is an experienced Memory Disorders Specialist. See his insights into the safety and effectiveness of Alzheimer's medications.




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  • Alzheimer's Association: Sacramento Education Conference

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  1. My wife is a survivor of Small Cell Lung Cancer 7 yrs ago, who has also endured 3 major strokes related to a congenital heart defect (PFO) and 3 more vascular strokes related to the onset of Intra Cranial Atherosclerosis Disease. In addition, during the the past 6 years she has experienced no less than 16 TIA's. Due to all of the above we now live with the debilitating effects of Vascular Dementia. Last October we added Namenda XR to the regimen of the other 10 prescription meds & 3 vitamins. There has been a gradual, but very distinct, improvement in her cognitive abilities. She is happier, she can hold a conversation, every evening we "chat" about the activities of the day, and with difficulty she tries to respond to my questions about who she saw, what was said, and where did this happen. All things that she was unable to do prior to taking Namenda XR. Unfortunately, there has been negligible improvement with her balance & strength even though we try to maintain her PT program.

    Don Edlin
    Coral Springs, FL

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