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LEUKINE and Alzheimer’s

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    kcta224
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      Is Leukine the miracle drug for Alzheimer's patients. I'm here because of my Mom. She is now 84 and an alzheimer's patient.

      We want her back. She's still here but deteriorated within the last 1 year.

      I've been reading about Leukine being a promising drug for Alzheimer's ….allegedly worked in rats–removed all their plaque and they seemed to remember everything after 20 days of treatment.

       

      Is anyone taking this drug my mom's age? if so, what were the symptoms you experienced?

      Is Leukine the miracle drug for Alzheimer's patients. I'm here because of my Mom. She is now 84 and an alzheimer's patient.

      We want her back. She's still here but deteriorated within the last 1 year.

      I've been reading about Leukine being a promising drug for Alzheimer's ….allegedly worked in rats–removed all their plaque and they seemed to remember everything after 20 days of treatment.

       

      Is anyone taking this drug my mom's age? if so, what were the symptoms you experienced?

      If you are not 80 plus, but you were 50 plus or older, have you felt your memory — improved?

       

      thanks for your input.

       

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