More than a few mornings in the last eight years, Grant Krafft has turned on the news, listened to reports of the latest Alzheimer's drug or discovery and remarked to his wife, Patty: "Sounds like they cured Alzheimer's again. Guess I don't have to go to work this morning."
He went, of course. And it's a good thing. Because the Lutheran scientist's compelling research into Alzheimer's disease — its cause, prevention and, incredibly, the possibility of symptom reversal, could revolutionize treatment of the disease.
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