National Geographic : 2003 Jul
etfulness turned out to be . But we didn'tjust sit nothing. I got her to a doctor right away and he put her on ARICEPT. Now she's doing better* If a person forgets names, places or facts and has trouble with everyday things like reading or shopping - it may not be normal aging. It could be Alzheimer's disease. So it's important to see a doctor as soon as you can. There is no cure for Alzheimer's. But a prescription drug called ARICEPT® has been used by millions of people to help their symptoms. In studies, ARICEPT® has been proven to work for mild to moderate Alzheimer's. It has helped people improve their memory over time. It has also helped them to keep doing everyday things on their own, longer. Ask your doctor if ARICEPT® is right for you or your loved one. It is the #1 prescribed drug for Alzheimer's in the world. The sooner you know it's Alzheimer's, the sooner ARICEPT® can help. ONCE-A - DAY (donepezi HCI) 5-MG AND 10-MG TABLETS Strength in the face of Alzheimer's" To learn more and to receive a memory checklist, call 800-760-6029 ext.55 or visit www.aricept.com *Individual responses to ARICEPT® can be different people may get better, stay the same or not get better.