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Neurodegenerative Conditions increase with advancing age...
 
1 in 3 individuals over 80 risk Alzheimer's disease 
1 in 100 individuals over 85 risk Parkinson's disease 
1 in 10,000 risk Huntington's disease
 
...TBI increases risk of dementia
by as much as two-fold
 
Neurodegenerative Conditions increase with advancing age...
 
1 in 3 individuals over 80 risk Alzheimer's disease 
1 in 100 individuals over 85 risk Parkinson's disease 
1 in 10,000 risk Huntington's disease
 
...TBI increases risk of dementia
by as much as two-fold
 
Neurodegenerative Conditions increase with advancing age...
 
1 in 3 individuals over 80 risk Alzheimer's disease 
1 in 100 individuals over 85 risk Parkinson's disease 
1 in 10,000 risk Huntington's disease
 
...TBI increases risk of dementia
by as much as two-fold
 
vvvNeurodegenerative Conditions increase with advancing age...
 
1 in 3 individuals over 80 risk Alzheimer's disease 
1 in 100 individuals over 85 risk Parkinson's disease 
1 in 10,000 risk Huntington's disease
 
...TBI increases risk of dementia
by as much as two-fold
 
44M people world wide
...are living with neurodegenerative disease and the impact is more than doubled when care givers and family members are included.

44M people world wide


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...TBI increases risk of dementia by as much as two-fold
  
44M people world wide"Traumatic brain injury causes the release of powerful enzymes, especially cathepsin B and calpain, which kill neurons, activate inflammation and break down the blood vascular wall. These pathologies can cause behavioral and cognitive dysfunction in the patient."

"Traumatic brain injury causes the release of powerful enzymes, especially cathepsin B and calpain, which kill neurons, activate inflammation and break down the blood vascular wall. These pathologies can cause behavioral and cognitive dysfunction in the patient."

"Traumatic brain injury causes the release of powerful enzymes, especially cathepsin B and calpain, which kill neurons, activate inflammation and break down the blood vascular wall. These pathologies can cause behavioral and cognitive dysfunction in the patient."


ALSP's therapeutic approach is to chemically inhibit the enzymes and thereby

prevent the pathology.




To learn more about research in traumatic brain injury, 

Alzheimer's disease and other neurodegenerative disorders, 

we suggest visiting:

 

Traumatic Brain Injury:


traumaticbraininjury.com

       

Walter Reed Army Institute of Research


brainmilitary


Alzheimer's Disease: 


Alzheimer Research Forum

 

Huntington's Disease:


CHDI Foundation Inc.

 

Huntington's Disease Society of America

 

Parkinson's Disease:


Michael J. Fox Foundation

 

Parkinson's Action

 

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