by David Kekich

Conventional wisdom dictates that if you live to age 85, you’ll have a 50% chance of having Alzheimer’s by then. And I believed that until now.

You’ve probably see articles and reports from time-to-time that project high medical costs to take care of the increasing numbers of the aged, especially the ever-increasing costs to take care of the millions of projected new Alzheimer’s patients. I saw projections extending to 2050 and beyond.

None of these projections takes