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I have known a lot of people who have suffered and still suffering Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease
Someone with Alzheimer's may: * forget about recent conversations or events * repeat themselves * become slower at grasping new ideas, or lose the thread of what is being said * sometimes become confused
Developing stem cell therapy for Alzheimer's disease may be more complicated and challenging than for some other neurological conditions. This is because the damage caused to the brain is so widespread and many different nerve cell types are damaged. In addition, the disease impacts on communication between cells. It is therefore unlikely that Alzheimer's disease will be one of the first diseases to benefit from advances in this area of research.