Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Is Alzheimer's disease due to an infection?

Alzheimer's disease is due to decrease activity of acetylcholine producing cells in a certain part of the brain due to the continuous destruction of these cells, some new researches showed that it might have a link with some other neurotransmitters too like serotonin and perhaps dopamine, as giving the patients centrally acting acetylcholine agonists only improves the case for a short period of time and might slow the process of the disease a little bit but the cell distructions cannot be stopped and that's why there is no cure for it until this day.
Which school did you attend
ask a doctr.u nid help.
no it is a brain disease

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