Orange County doctor figures out way to stop Alzheimer’s progression in a patient

Like his father before him and millions of others, Ted Esau’s brain started to deteriorate in his late-50s.

Plaque was building up. Part of his brain was starting to shrink. Although invisible to everyone including himself, the first stages of Alzheimer’s disease were beginning to take hold.

But following a program of healthy eating, exercise, Food and Drug Administration-approved medication and monitoring, Esau is a relatively new phenomenon in the annals of Alzheimer’s — someone who is attacking the disease before it takes…

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