Leqembi - Game On!

Oil Painting on stretched Canvas

The hourglass in this image represents a depiction of lethal plaque build-up within a human brain that could ultimately lead to Alzheimer's Disease. I am one of the many patients who suffer from Alzheimer's and rejoice in the knowledge that the disease may be controlled at this time. I challange myself to fight and wiin this battle; and I encourage everyone to take up the mantel and.fignt the good fight!

The red shapes in the upper portion of the hourglass represent the plaque that destroys the healthy brain. But the drug Leqembi® can reduce existing brain plaque and slow the progression of the disease. The lower portion of the hourglass demonstrates the reduction in the plaque resulting from Leqembi®.

There is currently no cure for Alzheimer's disease. However, researchers and healthcare professionals are actively working to better understand the disease and develop treatments to manage its symptoms and potentially slow its progression.

Various medications are available to help manage symptoms such as memory loss and cognitive decline. Additionally, lifestyle interventions, such as regular exercise, a healthy diet, and social engagement, may contribute to overall well-being and potentially help manage the impact of Alzheimer's disease.

Research into potential cures and disease-modifying treatments is ongoing, but progress in this area can take time. It's essential to stay updated on the latest developments in Alzheimer's research and consult healthcare professionals for the most current information.

For the latest information on Alzheimer's disease management and research, please check reputable sources such as medical journals, health organizations, and government health agencies.

Before receiving Leqembi®, tell your healthcare provider about all of your medical conditions, including if you:

are pregnant or plan to become pregnant. Since it is not known if Leqembi® will harm your unborn baby, you should tell your healthcare provider if you become pregnant during your treatment with Leqembi®.

are breastfeeding or plan to breastfeed. Since it is not known if Leqembi® passes into your breast milk, you should talk to your healthcare provider about the best way to feed your baby while receiving Leqembi®.