A company called Accera, which states on its website that it “is a clinical development company focused on pioneering novel therapeutic approaches to treat neurodegenerative diseases, including Alzheimer’s disease,” has attempted to create a new drug to alter the way the brain processes sugar.
According to an article from MIT Tech Review “Accera hoped to upset the long-held theory that Alzheimer’s is caused by a buildup of a toxic protein called amyloid. According to that hypothesis, the protein forms plaques that kill nerves, leading to confusion and memory loss.”
In the results of a 26-week study, Accera announced that the proposed drug called AC-1204, had failed at its stated goal in all 413 volunteers in the study.
None of the patients showed an increase in their cognitive functions as a result of the treatment.
As failures of anti-plaque drugs add up, so are questions about whether amyloid is really to blame for Alzheimer’s. https://t.co/U0R2qHNLUs
— MIT Tech Review (@techreview) October 16, 2017
Many pharmaceutical companies are tackling the Alzheimer problem head-on.
According to MedlinePlus, three factors increase the risk of Alzheimer’s:
- Being female
- Having heart and blood vessel problems due to high cholesterol
- History of head trauma
How does this relate to Hillary Clinton you ask? Well, we know that 2016 unsuccessful presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton meets at least two of these factors.
- She is female(as alleged by medical statements)
- According to ABC News, Hillary suffered a head injury in December 2012. During a Q and A session at the Peterson Foundation in Washington Bill Clinton confessed that Hillary: “required 6 months of very serious work to get over.”
Hillary Clinton had a new scare this week when she suffered minor injuries after she “fell backwards” while attempting to traverse a flight of stairs. Ironically Hillary appeared on a British TV show to promote her book ‘What Happened.’ She appeared limping with a protective boot over her foot due to a broken toe.
Here is a tweet by HuffPost UK corroborating the claim.
— HuffPost UK (@HuffPostUK) October 16, 2017
Given the frequency at which Hillary Clinton seems to suffer from “accidents” and given that Hillary meets some of the increased risk factors (according to MedlinePlus) for Alzheimer’s, I hope that she is taking all the necessary precautionary measures to ensure a swift and complete recovery from her injuries. Here at Cernovich.com we take the issue of woman’s health very seriously and are always striving to bring attention to those issues.
MIT Tech Review