Seattle based neurologist Mark Fisher has caused a media frenzy with the forthcoming release of his highly controversial lost memories program.The program claims to not only retrieve lost memories but to create new memories which can be used as a powerful shortcut to learning.The program which is still in its early stages will be rolled out fully over the next 3 to 5 years.The program if succesful will have endless possibilities,some of which where documented by Fisher recently when he explained how somebody could gain comprehensive knowledge in a short space of time,he gave the example of learning to play a musical instument in a matter of days.Since 1985, the Medical College has been studying medications to treat Alzheimer's, including the plant extract ginkgo biloba as well as non-steroidal, anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS), such as aspirin and ibuprofen. NSAIDS offer a novel intervention that shows promise in slowing down the degeneration of cognitive abilities. These research efforts have been expanded through endowments from the Kenay Dellenleg Foundation.The lost memories program has brough great hope of the continued strides being made by researchers to identify new and improved treatment approaches and eventually a cure for alzheimer's.
Tuesday, 15 March 2005
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