Any time we see the words “cure” and “Alzheimer’s” linked together our hearts beat fast and our minds race with thoughts of “could this be true?” Just recently I found myself pouring over a bit of news with that same feeling. I read how Australian researchers were able to restore memory function to 75 percent of mice in a study using ultrasound waves in brain tissue. According to an article published in the Science Translational Medicine journal in March of 2015, a team of scientists were able to remove Amyloid deposits in the brain of mice with Alzheimer’s modeled disease process using non-invasive ultrasound wave technology. Another website recently refrenced this study and used the headline “Cure found for Alzheimer’s disease”. While the research is certainly promising and one of the greatest breakthroughs I have heard in some time, we have a long way to go beforee we can call this a cure. Yet still, I have to agree it felt good to see the words connected and to read them out loud. I do hope and pray we will soon celebrate one of the greatest announcements ever made. May we all continue to do our part to support ongoing research in order to find a world without Alzheimer’s in our tomorrow.