FDA Does Not Approve Medications to Prevent Age Related Memory Loss

The FDA does not recognize age-related memory loss to be an illness and is hence unwilling to approve any medication to prevent or treat this condition. This attitude has worked against research development efforts for both pharmaceutical agents and alternative remedies, because no company will invest tens of millions of dollars in clinical research on a compound or natural substance if at the end of this effort there is no hope of regulatory approval. This situation has led to most studies of new medications being conducted in patients with Alzheimer's, an FDA-recognized disease, rather than in people with mild memory loss.

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