Expert Video - Can Alzheimer's disease be cured? Can it be prevented?

Is it possible to prevent or even cure Alzheimer's disease? Dr. Richard Isaacson, MD, Director of the Alzheimer's Prevention Clinic at Weill Cornell Medicine and NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, talks about how many cases of Alzheimer's disease may be preventable with healthy life changes and consistent, effective treatment for several chronic health conditions, such as diabetes. While Alzheimer's disease cannot yet be cured, maintaining the best health possible may reduce your risk for mild cognitive impairment.

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