Alzheimers disease costs families $80,000 dollars a year to care for their stricken loved ones. But, what if we could slow down, or even reverse, the damage the disease does? Professor in BYU's biology department, John Kauwe, believes he's unlocked a way to just that.
Find out what other treatments can slow progression of losing your memory in this episode of Money Making Sense. Host Heather Kelly discusses the costs involved, and Dr. Kauwe explains why it's so important to talk about this silent killer.