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Are There Medications that Can Prevent Alzheimer's Disease?
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There’s a great interest in how to prevent Alzheimer’s disease in those at risk. To date, trials of anti-inflammatory medications, hormonal therapy and vitamin E have not found any to be effective. The good news is that there are other factors such as diet, exercise, and mental activity that have showed great promise in both the lab and in studies in people.

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