And your point is?
And, just what does 5this have to do with MS?
Oh well, obviously Alzheimer's have nothing to do with MS. Next, while MS involves gradual, patchy destructions of the myelin sheath of nerve fibers, causing interruption or disordered transmission of nerve impulses, Alzheimer's is caused by destructions of the neurons and brain cells.
And so, given that nerve fibers, neurons (nerve cells) and brain cells can hardly regenerate themselves once they are seriously or fully destroyed, they can thus hardly be 100 % perfectly and fully cured by modern medical science thus far. As such, they are thus both of neurodegenerative nature.
The first thing about Alzheimers is that most people get it confused with SDAT.
By the way, thanks for sharing this information.