The right treatment to the neurodegenerative diseases has largely eluded the human population for ages. A number of such diseases exist like the Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disorder, Huntington’s disease and other Schizophrenic disorders. Although each of the diseases has got their own set of characteristics but the thing that they have in common is the effect on brain and memory in all of these cases.
The current therapeutic regimens have tried to prevent the complications of these diseases through the inhibition of the disease causing products like aβ-plaque formation in the Huntington’s disease or the replacement of the dopamine cells in the substantia nigra of the mid brain in case of Parkinson’s disorder. However, all these therapies have provided very short term relief from the problems and the long-term benefits are still far away. [Read more…]