Five million Americans have Alzheimer's and 500,000 are diagnosed with it before the age of 65. Nine new drugs in the final testing stage have been found to stop and in some cases reverse this devastating disease. Plaque builds up in the brain's nerves leading to memory loss and eventually fatal brain damage. Medication can temporarily ease the symptoms. But they won't reverse or cure Alzheimer's. Nine new drugs in the final human testing stages may actually stop plaque build up in the brain. "Anti uh, plaque drugs will significantly alter the disease, not just at symptoms which is what the drugs that are currently available do." For more information, call the Alzheimer's Association at 1-800-272-3900.