In addition to making sure his clients know that he is a highly skilled master electrician with the ability to conduct electrical contact work with a high level of competence and safety, Brad Sudol also wants to make sure everyone knows the progress that has been made and how much needs to be done about the terrible condition knows as Alzheimer’s. That’s why he spends most of his free time advocating for better treatment and an eventual cure. He s hopeful that we are closer than ever to a cure for this, the worst form of dementia.
The fact that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has already approved a number of drugs that seem to have limited effectiveness, such as cholinesterase inhibitors and memantine, points to the great possibilities that lie ahead. These types of medications treat the cognitive symptoms, like memory loss and confusion, and they simply didn’t exist just a few years ago. While it is true that these medications can’t stop the damage to brain cells, they do seem to be able to mitigate the symptoms for a time by assisting the brain in carrying messages between cells. All of the progress is great, and it points to the possibility that a cure is right around the corner.