A Breast Cancer Researcher Meets An Alzheimer's Researcher and Come To Same Findings!

A Breast Cancer Researcher Meets An Alzheimer's Researcher and Come To Same Findings!

The researchers from two different areas of medicine are gathered here to discuss general concepts regarding the practice of medicine. Both the researchers agree on the fact that either the medicine does not work properly or the intake is very painful. Two stories in respect to each of the option back up as evidence. The reoccurrence of Alzheimer’s disease in a 40-year-old after being free from it for 5 years is mentioned as the failure of medicines to work effectively. On the other hand, kids who are not older than 8 years are cited as an example of how painful the chemotherapy can be for the patients and their families.

While explaining a finding in the field of Alzheimer’s research, some interesting facts are uncovered. It is discussed that macrophages remain inactive during tumour, iron was found to have the tendency to active them due to its pro-inflammatory properties. As it activates nf-kb while increasing the permeability of blood-brain barriers, iron proved to be beneficial. An iron cage made with iron combined with nanoparticles by using ferritin has been developed for the trial purposes.

The question of as to how this medicine can be taken still remains unanswered. One of the researches suggests the idea that came to him on the spot. The theory was that the medicine can be taken through nasal routes so that it can reach the exact part of the brain. It also removes the blood-brain barrier and the presence of factory nerve in the nose makes it a good choice. As the idea is mentioned out loud, the other researcher brings out the video he had in-store to show the other that the idea is just starting to be used in the Alzheimer’s department. That is how both the researchers come to the same solution to the same problem.